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Colombia protests, a sign of things to come for many countries

Colombia protests, a sign of things to come for many countries
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Colombia protests lose steam, but their economic toll rises

Colombia protests lose steam, but their economic toll rises

Anti-government protests in Colombia were sparsely attended on Wednesday, but the economic fall-out of the six-week-old demonstrations is far from over, officials said. Road blockades associated with protests have caused shortages throughout the country, interrupted exports, and hit oil and mining production.

Protesters back on the streets of Colombia amid stalled talks

Protesters back on the streets of Colombia amid stalled talks

Thousands are protesting across Colombia to demand a basic income, more opportunities for youth and an end to police violence. Thousands of Colombians took to the streets again on Wednesday amid a deadlock in talks between the government and leaders of anti-government protests that are stretching into their second month.

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Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
June 13, 2021

Colombia is the US’ closest ally and is The most dangerous state with the highest number of political killings in all of Latin America. This is not a coincidence.

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