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Colombia’s first leftist president was sworn into office Sunday, promising to fight inequality and heralding a turning point in the history of a country haunted by a long war between the government and guerrilla groups.
Colombia has become the latest country in Latin America to expand access to abortion, with the nation's Constitutional Court voting to legalize the procedure until the 24th week of pregnancy.
The office of Colombia’s human rights ombudsman says 42 people have died during anti-government protests that began two weeks ago amid discontent fueled by growing poverty and inequality during the pandemic.
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