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IN Photography ON 20 Jan, 2016
FARC-The Colombian rebel group have been fighting the government for decades now. The guerrilla fighters live in the jungle with arms and ammunitions. They have suffered various ceasefire in the recent years but are strong enough to not leave the jungle. No one is allowed to go inside the camps.
The snaps taken by the photographers who were given a rare visit inside the camp show a glimpse of how the rebels live in the jungles.
Yira Castro is the mentor to the other women rebels. She has spent her recent years in peace talks.
Pig is the main food the people in the camps. Pigs are butchered.
Many people join FARC because of their personal tragedies.16-year-old Julia pictured with her partner Alexis said she was raped by her stepfather.
Juan Pablo is a 41-year-old commander of the 36th Front of the FARC and has spent many years just assembling land mines.
No one is allowed to talk at night, rebels sleep with their weapons. The atmosphere is really intense inside the camps.
Humans are used as couriers. Radio has been cut off for communication.
More than 220,000 dead, 40,000 disappeared, and over 5 million driven from their homes.
The photographers have done a great job in showing us the lives of The Rebels.
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