48 people died in 33 days of anti-government protests in Colombia

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According to the latest report from the Colombian Ombudsman’s office on the 33-day protests, so far 48 people have been killed in the protests, including 20 directly linked to the protests.

According to data from independent NGOs in the country, it is claimed that the death toll in the protests against tax reform that started with the national strike is much higher.

In contrast, in Colombia, where protests still continue although they are diminishing, students have organized peaceful demonstrations in the capital Bogota.

As the protests wrapped up their first month, thousands took to the streets across the country to protest the government on May 28. 13 people were killed in the events in Cali, 185 people were injured in Bogota and 16 people were injured in Medellin.

After some of the activist groups damaged banks, bus stops and workplaces, police officers from the Colombian Social Events Response Unit ESMAD intervened with tear gas against the protesters.

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After President Ivan Duque met with local officials in Cali on May 28, soldiers took precautions in the city’s important streets and squares.

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