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Last year, the Colombian port town of Buenaventura found itself in the international media spotlight due to its shocking levels of violence. A few months later and the international headlines have largely moved on, but the violence in the town remains. We look at the situation as it stands today. Buenaventura is a port city on the Pacific coast of Colombia and home to nearly , people. Sixty percent of all Colombian imports and exports pass through its port.
It also happens to be one of the most violent cities in Colombia. According to a recent Human Rights Watch report, more than one in six Buenaventura residents have been forced to flee their homes since to escape death threats, extortion or forced gang recruitment. The situation shows no signs of improving. To attempt to come to grips with the situation in Buenaventura, it is necessary to understand why an area which is thriving economically would be plagued by such horrific violence.
The victims were construction workers, who were last seen several days earlier when they left home to go work on a job site in the Comuna 12 neighbourhood — widely known as one of the most dangerous areas of the city. Chop houses are abandoned houses where people are tortured and dismembered alive by the criminal gangs active in the city. Despite an investigation into these events — after the UN put pressure on the Government for such an investigation — the killings and the recent discovery of a further eight graves filled with human remains, most located in and around Comuna 12, indicate that this terrifying practice is far from being a thing of the past.
Worryingly, gang killings are not the only form of abuse threatening many of the residents of Buenaventura.
Violence specifically targeting women is also a major problem. Last year 38 sexual assaults were reported in Buenaventura between January and November, but in the same period, 30 women were killed in cases linked to sexual abuse or other forms of sexual violence, according to the report.