Colombia protests over deadliest attack in 16 years

Government blames Colombia's rebel group, the ELN, for the attack that killed 21 people, including 20 police cadets.

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    Colombia's President Ivan Duque has led a demonstration in the capital Bogota, condemning Thursday's car bomb attack that killed 21 people.

    The government blames Colombia's last remaining rebel group, the ELN, for carrying out the attack.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Bogota.


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