Artists and musicians marched against Colombian President Ivan Duque’s administration in the capital Bogota on Sunday.
They were joined by thousands of fellow demonstrators at the ‘Song for Colombia’. Prominent figures led chanting on top of a float.
Protests against Duque began three weeks ago as a general strike, but have since morphed into a wider movement expressing discontent at conservative economic policies, unemployment, political corruption and drug-financed violence.
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