Colombian protesters prepare for a third national strike

Despite inconveniences, polls say 55 percent of Colombians support strike, though they would also like to see a return to normality.

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    Talks between the Colombian government and protest organisers have ended, with no resolution.

    The country is preparing for its third national strike in just over two weeks, as part of continuing anti-government protests against President Ivan Duque's social and economic policies.

    Five people have died in connection to the continuing unrest in the country.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from the capital, Bogota.


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