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In this Nov. 14, 2012 photo, a titi monkey peeks through a wall at the home of the Aguero and Romero family in the Carro Cue settlement near Curuguaty, Paraguay. The family's son De Los Santos was killed and daughter Lucia was imprisoned during the “Massacre of Curuguaty” on June 15 when negotiations between farmers occupying a rich politician's land ended with a barrage of bullets that killed 11 farmers and 6 police officers. Most of the occupiers came from Yby Pyta, or “Red Dirt” in the native Guarani, a settlement of wooden shacks that runs along the asphalt highway that carries soy to Brazil.  (AP Photo/Jorge Saenz)