Colombians take to the streets of Bogota to protest against President Ivan Duque's government, which has submitted a new tax reform plan to Congress.
Colombians protest with arts performances, music and dance in the capital Bogota as anti-government demonstrations continue in the South American country.
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On Sunday, Colombians will head to the polls for congressional elections. For the first time ever, the former FARC rebels - now a political party - are fielding candidates. But in a country still reeling from 50 years of armed conflict, it's a challenge for the newcomers to find a place in the political landscape. Meanwhile, the FARC's leader has pulled out of the presidential race in May, citing health reasons.