|A family's memorial to their daughter, who, along with her boyfriend, was murdered, chopped to pieces and thrown into a river by paramilitaries.|
|A few of the disappeared, who number in the tens of thousands.|
The victims of all sides, and the only good guys, are Colombia's civilians. Kidnapped, 'disappeared' and driven out of their homes and off their land, civilians have been attacked by groups which often claim to be defending them.
|Displaced Embera indigenous people.|
Today, the FARC guerrillas, Colombia's oldest and largest guerrilla group, are turning in their weapons and demobilizing. However, where the FARC go away, other illegal groups try to move in to take over the guerrillas' drug trafficking, extortion and illegal mining businesses.
|Displaced Emberá Chamí indigenous people.|
|The Centro de Memoria, off of Calle 26 near the Central Cemetery.|
|Sadly, the Centro de Memory, including its exhibitions, is usually vacant.|
|Female guerrillas. Young people in parts of rural Colombia may join illegal groups because they know no other authority.|
|Indigenous guards, who have struggled to exclude other armed groups from their territories.|
|Burying a pregnant woman, apparently murdered with government collaboration.|