Colombia’s protesters keep pressure as President Duque urges rejection of violence after deaths

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    Colombian union members, pensioners, students and workers took to the streets on Wednesday on a mass anti-government protest, making it the latest in demonstrations that have been going on for two weeks. These began due to a now-cancelled tax reform, but protesters demands have grown to include more economic support, the withdraw of a health reform and the end to police violence, as FRANCE 24’s Simone Bruno reports from the Bogota.

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