Protesters returned to the Bergen County Jail in solidarity with imprisoned migrants put in detention at the facility, demanding their release and amnesty for all arrested protesters during the clashes of December 12 that resulted in multiple arrests.
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Thousands of protesters in Pereira took to the streets for a 3rd day, demanding the withdrawal of the neoliberal Tributary Reform, which would raise new taxes on basic goods and services. Police brutally attacked the demonstration with tanks and tear gas, resulting in the local police substation being burned down.
Protests in Colombia Broaden (9/12/2020)
The protests in Colombia have broadened to a national appeal, and have become more organized. 14 people have been killed so far, and the injury toll has increased above 400. Protesters have burned down over 56 police stations, and many of them have been converted into People’s Libraries and community centers.
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