Members of Uru Indigenous community chant and wave Peruvian flags during a protest on boats                                                      floating in lake Titicaca

Watch: Peru's 'people of the water' join nationwide protests against government

Members of Peru's Uru Indigenous community, who live on artificial reed islands and call themselves "people of the water," hold a protest on boats floating in lake Titicaca, near the border with Bolivia, amid nationwide unrest that has left at least 46 people dead.

Members of Peru's Uru Indigenous community, who live on artificial reed islands and call themselves "people of the water," hold a protest on boats floating in lake Titicaca, near the border with Bolivia, amid nationwide unrest that has left at least 46 people dead.

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