Colombian Government Apologizes for Police Killing as Protests Spread

BOGOTÁ, Colombia—A govt minister overseeing the law enforcement apologized for the loss of life of

BOGOTÁ, Colombia—A govt minister overseeing the law enforcement apologized for the loss of life of Bogotá person in law enforcement custody and stated two officers have been fired, as authorities named for relaxed pursuing two evenings of protests and rioting that remaining at the very least 13 men and women lifeless.

“The Nationwide Law enforcement question for forgiveness for any violation of the regulation or disregard of the norms from any of the associates of this establishment,” Protection Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo stated Friday.