Bogota students clash with police in violent protests over nation's education spending

Violence descended upon Bogota student protesters on November 15 as they demanded president Ivan Duque to increase the nation's education budget.

In the video, police can be seen using tear gas to disperse marchers, inviting retaliation from students.

Student enrollment in the South American nation's public universities has quadrupled since the early 1990s, while spending has only marginally increased.

The rally is the latest in a series of protests calling for the government to increase their funding for education.