As the Cacerolazo Latinoamericano calls for equality and human rights in the region, one of the Chilean activists who joined in jokes that Colombians ‘have more rhythm.’
The country has seen over a week of mass protests. We wrap up the national strike so far with some interesting numbers.
Representatives of the National Strike Committee say strikes will continue and ask president Duque to listen to the demands of the country.
In an effort to stem the tide of protest, President Duque has laid out plans for four months of national conversations.
As the protests in Bogotá enter a fourth day of high tensions, we’ve heard a lot of stories from around the city.
A young protestor was struck by a grenade on Saturday night, leaving him fighting for his life
Bogotá Curfew: Friday 22 November saw a whirlwind of news hit Bogotá, both true and false, we try to give some context to what happened.
Out and about in last night’s cacerolazos as spontaneous demonstrations break out across the country.
Colombia saw hundreds of thousands (possibly even millions) of people joining the national strike.
Tensions have been rising in the run up to Colombia’s national strike which will take place tomorrow, November 21.