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Amid a sharp increase in the number of troops deployed in the area there were numerous complaints of human rights violations. At the time of writing, more than 20, people most of them Colombians have crossed the border of their own volition, fearing deportation and abuses. His report tells of the human drama being played out while the political confrontation between the two governments remains unresolved.
Those documents allowed them fourteen years residence — his was due to expire in November. The guards ignored that and tore it up. When he complained, he received a blow from a peinilla — the long, narrow machete they carry — which was aimed at his face but which he succeeded in fending off.
His arm still bears the marks. This is one of 23 shelters established to accommodate the 3, people who have asked for somewhere to sleep.
Many arrived with nothing. The response of the Colombian government, it must be said, has been good, considering how suddenly the emergency arose and the resources required to tackle it.
But, he adds by way of a warning: The army organised tents, mattresses, food, toilets and recreation in less than 24 hours for people. The police unit that normally attends emergencies such as hang-glider pilots stuck in trees, has also played its part. The shelter run by the police is in the Francisco de Paula Santander University stadium, a fact that does not seem to bother the students, some of whom are playing with the children.