COLOMBIA A mother buries her second child in the space of a week. Family and friends have gathered around the tiny coffin in the Soacha slum in Colombia to pay their respects. She believes her five year old boy was kidnapped and beaten to death, while his eight year old sister was strangled in her bed by the paramilitary because she dared to speak out about the violence. A year earlier her husband was killed, so the family had to flee from the town of Putumayo. Everyday life for the between 3.3 - 4.9 million internally displaced in Colombia is dangerous and difficult. Paramilitary groups, the guerrillas and the army fight for territory and cocaine production. Families are forced to flee every day, often to the slums around the capital city.