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Cali residents pay tribute to fallen Colombia protesters

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Protesters in Cali, southwestern Colombia, pay tribute to those killed during recent anti-government protests. The UN rights office has condemned an "excessive use of force" by security forces in Colombia, after at least 19 people died in demonstrations triggered by a proposed tax reform.

Added on the 05/05/2021 04:58:21 - Copyright : AFP EN

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