Colombia: Environmentalist feared disappeared: Sandra Viviana Cuellar Gallego
On 17 February Colombian environmentalist Sandra Viviana Cuellar Gallego may have been subjected to enforced disappearance in Cali, western Colombia, on her way to give a lecture at the National University in nearby Palmira. Her identity card, mobile phone and other personal belongings have been found, but her whereabouts remain unknown.
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