Barrio Los Trupillos Riohacha
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Barrio Los Trupillos Riohacha

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Community Neighborhood in Los Trupillos Riohacha Municipality, capital of the Department of La Guajira, Colombia. It is a community made ​​up of people online "extreme poverty", highly vulnerable, many are displaced product of the phenomenon of internal war of guerrilla and paramilitary groups, lack of sewerage and water supply, energy is contraband, is classified as a neighborhood subnormal extreme poverty. In poor he lives with many shortcomings.

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