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U.S. Nobel Peace Prize 1997, Jody Williams is seen before a march in support of indigenous women who suffered sexual abuses during the civil war (1960-1996), in Guatemala City on February 24, 2016. Two military were accused of keeping 11 indigenous women as sex slaves in Sepur Zarco, a small village in northern Guatemal during the country's bloody 36-year civil war.    AFP PHOTO/Johan ORDONEZ / AFP / JOHAN ORDONEZ        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images)
U.S. Nobel Peace Prize 1997, Jody Williams is seen before a march in support of indigenous women who suffered sexual abuses during the civil war (1960-1996), in Guatemala City on February 24, 2016. Two military were accused of keeping 11 indigenous women as sex slaves in Sepur Zarco, a small village in northern Guatemal during the country's bloody 36-year civil war.    AFP PHOTO/Johan ORDONEZ / AFP / JOHAN ORDONEZ        (Photo credit should read JOHAN ORDONEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

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La ganadora del Premio Nobel de Paz por su lucha contra las minas antipersonal dice que el desminado es vital en el proceso de paz de Colombia. Invita a las mujeres a ser atrevidas, pues "la mujer callada nunca logra nada".

Jody Williams: "Si no limpian el país, no van a poder tener un desarrollo completo"

La ganadora del Premio Nobel de Paz por su lucha contra las minas antipersonal dice que el desminado es vital en el proceso de paz de Colombia. Invita a las mujeres a ser atrevidas, pues "la mujer callada nunca logra nada".