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Colombia: The Hall of Never Again sends out distress signals
The Hall of Never Again is one of Colombia’s best known memorials. It was conceived by victims of the civil war in Granada, a town that has become an icon of reconstruction and resilience. But the recent damage caused by a water leak to victims’ personal documents underscores how historical memory initiatives in Colombia are floundering amid a lack of support from national and local governments.
by Andrés Bermúdez Liévano, our correspondent in Bogota
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