Protests continue in Colombia against Duque’s government | AFP

Colombians continue to protest in Bogota against the government of President Ivan Duque, with a third national strike marking fourteen days since the beginning of demonstrations. IMAGES

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Protest in Bogota against President Duque government | AFP

Colombians protesters take drums to the street to demonstrate against the government of right-wing president Ivan Duque. IMAGES

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General strike as thousands protest Colombia’s government | AFP

Thousands of Colombians take to the streets of the capital Bogota amid a general strike to protest against the policies of President Ivan Duque’s right-wing government. IMAGES

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Colombians protest against ex-president Uribe outside Supreme Court | AFP

Colombians protest against ex-president Alvaro Uribe, as he appears before the Supreme Court of Justice for an alleged case of witness manipulation. IMAGES

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Shipwrecked Colombians cling to cocaine bales | AFP

Three suspected drug smugglers survived in shark-infested Pacific waters by clinging for hours to floating bales of cocaine, Colombia’s navy says. The three Colombians are suspected of smuggling 1.2 tons of cocaine from Tumaco in Colombia when their boat was hit by a wave and capsized.

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Colombians react to ex-rebel leader announcing return to arms | AFP

Colombians react to a former senior commander of the dissolved FARC rebel army announcing he is taking up arms again along with other guerrillas who have distanced themselves from a historic peace accord signed with the government.

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Colombians celebrate ‘World Laziness Day’ | AFP

Stressed out? Take a break and head to Colombia, where the city of Itagui marks “World Laziness Day,” a quirky effort to urge overstressed workers to slow down.

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Colombians feel proud of Tour de France winner Egan Bernal | AFP

Colombians feel proud of Tour de France winner Egan Bernal and all the newspapers highlight the feat of the Colombian, after Bernal became Colombia’s first Tour de France winner and the youngest of any nationality since 1909 on Sunday.

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Thousands protest in Colombia against killings of activists | AFP

Thousands of Colombians in Bogota hit the streets to protest the killing of hundreds of human rights activists since the signing of a historic peace deal with FARC guerrillas.

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Colombians protest to demand respect for peace agreements

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

The streets are your bedroom: Colombia’s World Day of Laziness

Pyjamas and pillows are everywhere on the streets as Colombians celebrate the World Day of Laziness. Families meet in the municipality of Itagui, near Medellin, with pillows, beds, hammocks and tents to appropriate the public space and fight stress. This event was first celebrated 33 years ago.

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Concern on the Colombia-Ecuador border after journalist killings

Colombians living near the border with Ecuador are concerned by the local security situation and the effects it may have on business, after the murder of journalists from the newspaper El Comercio, who were abducted by dissident FARC rebels.