At least 30 people, many believed to have been police officers, have been injured in an explosion in the Colombian capital Bogota.
Dozens of people have been injured in an explosion in the Colombian capital Bogota, the mayor’s office has said.
The explosion happened near the bullring, where animal rights activists were preparing to hold a march.
The mayor’s office said 30 people were injured, many of them believed to be police officers deployed ahead of the protest.
The bullring has been the scene of weekly protests following the decision to reinstate bullfighting in the city.