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Berta Cáceres was exceptional. Her murder was all too commonplace | Nina Lakhani

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

The powerful forces behind the death of the Honduran indigenous leader are still targeting human rights defenders and environmental campaigners like her
Join a conversation with the author on Tuesday 9 June : Nina Lakhani joins Guardian US international editor Martin Hodgson to discuss the story behind Cáceres's murder. Live on the Guardian at 1pm EST/10am PST/5pm BST. Email events.us theguardian.com to sign up and get a reminder Fifty-one months ago today Berta Cáceres was gunned down by hired assassins at her home in western Honduras. Cáceres was an indigenous leader, a political...
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