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Colombia: Protests against police brutality leave 13 dead, over 400 injured

Deutsche Welle Saturday, 12 September 2020
Mass protests erupted in Colombia after a viral video showed officers repeatedly tasering a civilian. The unrest, which has claimed over a dozen lives, prompted the defense minister to apologize on behalf of the police.
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