Argentine activist's disappearance spotlights indigenous plight

A long-running struggle by an indigenous group in Argentina to claim their lands is back in the spotlight.

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    A long-running struggle by an indigenous group in Argentina to claim their lands is back in the spotlight.

    It follows the disappearance of activist Santiago Maldonado, who was last seen as security forces broke up a demonstration by members of the Mapuche indigenous community.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Chubut Province.


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