Thousands protest in Bogota to demand the Colombian government to fully implement the peace agreement with the ex-guerrilla FARC, against the controversial intention to modify part of the text. IMAGES
Protesters gather in Bogota to defend the historic peace pact between Colombia and the FARC rebel group after negotiators warned the United Nations that President Ivan Duque’s government aims to “seriously damage” the accord. IMAGES
Police used tear gas and water cannons against protesters which attacked a bus near the campus of the Pedagogical University in Bogota on Thursday.
According to reports, the university denounced the violent actions, adding that the people behind the attack were not identified.
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