The demonstrations marked the end of a weeks-long pause in the unrest over taxes, police and poverty.
At least 70 people have been arrested in the latest round of anti-government protests in Colombia, according to police.
Authorities announced on Wednesday, a day after Colombians again took to the street in demonstrations that first began in April in opposition to a since-abandoned tax hike. The protests have shifted into a wider movement against the right-wing administration of President Ivan Duque.
Tuesday’s demonstration against the government’s introduction to parliament of a new, more mild tax proposal marked the end of a weeks-long pause in demonstrations, which prompted security crackdowns that observers say have left at least 60 people dead.
The government puts the number of dead at about