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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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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'

IMF maintains global economic outlook at 6% for 2021 | Money Talks

IMF maintains global economic outlook at 6% for 2021 | Money Talks

Vatican tries former senior cardinal on corruption charges | Money Talks

Vatican tries former senior cardinal on corruption charges | Money Talks

Cryptocurrencies rally on hopes of mass market adoption | Money Talks

Cryptocurrencies rally on hopes of mass market adoption | Money Talks

Japanese firms cash in despite absence of Games spectators | Money Talks

Japanese firms cash in despite absence of Games spectators | Money Talks

Tunisia's president Saied suspends parliament after anti-government protests | Money Talks

Tunisia's president Saied suspends parliament after anti-government protests | Money Talks

Saudi Arabia launches Hajj smart card for pilgrims | Money Talks

Saudi Arabia launches Hajj smart card for pilgrims | Money Talks

Albanian plants help boost medicine and tourism industries | Money Talks

Albanian plants help boost medicine and tourism industries | Money Talks

Djiboutian women run thriving foreign exchange business | Money Talks

Djiboutian women run thriving foreign exchange business | Money Talks

US, Germany reach agreement over Nord Stream 2 pipeline | Money Talks

US, Germany reach agreement over Nord Stream 2 pipeline | Money Talks

US states reach $26B deal with drugmakers, distributors | Money Talks

US states reach $26B deal with drugmakers, distributors | Money Talks

China's GDP growth slows to 7.9% in second quarter | Money Talks

China's GDP growth slows to 7.9% in second quarter | Money Talks

Syrian refugee in the UK wins awards for her halloumi | Money Talks

Syrian refugee in the UK wins awards for her halloumi | Money Talks

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