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Colombia faces food, fuel shortages amid violent protests | Money Talks

Violent protests are continuing to rock Colombia, despite the government withdrawing the proposed tax reforms that incited the demonstrations. The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the economy and President Ivan Duque's government wants to raise taxes to pay off some of the country's mounting debt. But protesters want more state support for small businesses and farmers. And, as Mobin Nasir reports, the showdown with authorities is only making Colombia's economic woes worse. #Colombia #FoodShortages #ViolentProtests

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Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

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The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

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The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

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Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

OECD: Equitable vaccine roll-out is key to fighting COVID-19 | Money Talks

OECD: Equitable vaccine roll-out is key to fighting COVID-19 | Money Talks

Amazon cements its position as the biggest brand in business | Money Talks

Amazon cements its position as the biggest brand in business | Money Talks

Lebanon's pine harvest wiped out by invasive insects | Money Talks

Lebanon's pine harvest wiped out by invasive insects | Money Talks

Swedish PM Stefan Lofven ousted in no-confidence vote | Money Talks

Swedish PM Stefan Lofven ousted in no-confidence vote | Money Talks

Judiciary chief Raisi wins presidency in a landslide victory | Money Talks

Judiciary chief Raisi wins presidency in a landslide victory | Money Talks

Ultra-rich clans in the US, keep the money in the family | Money Talks

Ultra-rich clans in the US, keep the money in the family | Money Talks

US businesses struggle to fill positions as economy reopens | Money Talks

US businesses struggle to fill positions as economy reopens | Money Talks

Hong Kong police arrest editors under national security law | Money Talks

Hong Kong police arrest editors under national security law | Money Talks

Army struggling to pay for medicine, fuel, food for soldiers | Money Talks

Army struggling to pay for medicine, fuel, food for soldiers | Money Talks

American Families Plan aims to boost social safety net | Money Talks

American Families Plan aims to boost social safety net | Money Talks

English Premier League lost $1.4B in 2019-2020 season | Money Talks

English Premier League lost $1.4B in 2019-2020 season | Money Talks

EU, US end airline subsidy dispute after 17 years | Money Talks

EU, US end airline subsidy dispute after 17 years | Money Talks

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