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Exhibition seeks justice for victims of Columbian police brutality

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Bogotá, Jun 2 (EFE).- Nury Rojas stares at a photograph displayed on the wall, sighs and with a lump in her throat says: "Here I am for you."She touches a photo of Angie Paola Baquero Rojas, her daughter who was killed during the September 2020 protests in Colombia against police brutality. (Camera: CARLOS ORTEGA). SHOT LIST: THE EXHIBITION "STOLEN LIVES" BY COLOMBIAN ARTIST DORIS SALCEDO AT THE FRAGMENTOS GALLERY IN THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF COLOMBIA IN BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA.

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