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« Reply #15 on: December 17, 2019, 11:32:36 am »



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Heavy clashes broke out between protesters and agents of the Mobile Riot Squadron (ESMAD) in Bogota on Monday, as demonstrations against the policies of Colombian President Ivan Duque entered their 21st day.

Holding posters and chanting, hundreds of students at the National University marched through Bolivar Square with their faces covered. Clashes eventually broke out between students and security forces at the entrance of the National University.

Colombia has been going through a wave of protests and anti-government mobilisations since November 21. Among the protesters' demands are the withdrawal of the pension system reform project, the dismantling of the ESMAD police squadron and the interruption of labour reforms proposed by the government.




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« Reply #16 on: December 21, 2019, 05:07:54 pm »



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At least one person was reportedly injured and several were seen arrested as anti-government protesters clashed with riot police in Bogota streets on Thursday.

Injured person is allegedly Miguel Angel Linares and he might become the 17th one to lose an eye during the protests.

The smoke from the tear gas filled in the streets of the Colombian capital as it was seen fired by the police, with some of the protesters throwing projectiles in turn.

Colombia has been going through a wave of protests and anti-government mobilisations since November 21. Among the protesters' demands are the withdrawal of the pension system reform project, the dismantling of the ESMAD police squadron and the interruption of labour reforms proposed by the government.




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« Reply #17 on: February 07, 2020, 05:51:10 pm »



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The National University of Colombia suspended all its classes as student protests around the campus in #Bogota, turned into clashes with riot police, on Thursday.

Riot police officers were seen firing tear gas in an attempt to disperse protesters wearing facemasks and launching various projectiles at the police.

The students and unions oppose the project of so-called pension, finance and labour reform, pointing out that the measure would hit the interests of the working population.




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« Reply #18 on: February 20, 2020, 11:29:50 am »



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A student protest near Bogota's Pedagogical University turned violent on Wednesday, as members of the Jaime Bateman Cayon (JBC) group were seen among the crowd.

Footage shows riot police firing tear gas and deploying water cannon trucks trying to disperse protesters with hooded JBC members protesting near one of the city's universities.

Students and teachers from the Pedagogical University took to the streets to protest the lack of funding, which has reportedly led to staff shortages as well as dilapidated facilities.

The leftist JBC group was formed in 1990 by members of the 19 April Movement (M-19) who did not accept their demobilisation and named themselves after a M-19 member who was killed in 1983. They have since claimed responsibility for multiple kidnappings, international diplomats' abductions and bombings.




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« Reply #19 on: February 21, 2020, 04:08:07 pm »



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A student protest near Bogota's Pedagogical University turned violent on Wednesday, as members of the Jaime Bateman Cayon (JBC) group were seen among the crowd.

Students and teachers from the Pedagogical University took to the streets to protest the lack of funding, which has reportedly led to staff shortages as well as dilapidated facilities.


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« Reply #20 on: February 22, 2020, 03:42:08 pm »



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Clashes broke out between student protesters and the police by the District University in Bogota, on the second consecutive day of a national strike, on Friday.

Footage shows police firing water cannon and tear gas at the protesters, who were seen throwing projectiles.

Several demonstrators, some of them injured, were detained.

The strike has been called against a backdrop of rising violence against teachers and social leaders, with teachers also demanding the government stick to agreements to increase education funding as well as improving benefits for educators.

The protesters called on Colombian President Ivan Duque's government to honour previous agreements with Thursday's action preceding a general strike called for by unions and student organisations for 25 March, 2020.

The country's largest teachers' union, the Colombian Federation of Education Workers (FECODE) stated that up to 300,000 educators throughout the country are participating in the strike - affecting classes for seven million students.




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« Reply #21 on: February 25, 2020, 11:23:19 am »



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Clashes erupted between student protesters and police in Bogota on Monday, as students were protesting both the creation and alleged abuses of Colombia's Mobile Anti-Disturbance Squadron (ESMAD).

Protesters can be seen being pushed back into and taking cover within the Pedagogical University of Bogota. Protesters barricaded themselves within the gates, over which they and police hurled tear gas cannisters back at once another.


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« Reply #22 on: February 26, 2020, 02:00:05 pm »



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Student protesters and riot police clashed anew in Bogota, on Tuesday, during ongoing protests against both the creation and alleged abuses of Colombia's Mobile Anti-Disturbance Squadron (ESMAD).

Footage shows the protesters hurling objects at police positions, and running away from tear gas and stun grenades.


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« Reply #23 on: February 27, 2020, 03:19:46 pm »



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Around 250 student protesters clashed with the police in the municipality of Soacha as they were protesting various issues in the public education system, including budget and teacher quotas.

Footage shows protesters throwing rocks and other projectiles at the police, as police is firing tear gas at them.

Similar events took place in Bogota later in the day, where student demonstrators were also met with tear gas.




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