Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Pereira for a 4th day of demonstrations in Colombia in opposition to tax hikes on basic goods and services as well as the privatization of healthcare. Police attacked the largely peaceful demonstration, resulting in clashes that occurred throughout the night in the city’s commercial center.
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