Riot police firing tear gas and stun grenades clashed with rock-throwing demonstrators in Bogota as anti-government protests resumed across Colombia, leaving 11 people injured and nearly 100 arrested.
Protests also took place in other major cities, including Cali and Medellin. Nationwide, the authorities recorded 165 marches, rallies or road blockages, police chief Oscar Atehortua said.
Most of the arrests were in Bogota and 10 of the 11 injured were police, he said.
The Bogota events started in the late afternoon as a traditional pot-banging demonstration of the kind common in Latin America and late last year when protests first erupted against conservative President Ivan Duque's 17-month-old government.
What began as a general strike has morphed into a wider display of discontent over his economic policies, unemployment, political corruption and drug-financed violence.
Security forces were still deployed in the old quarter of Bogota as night fell. Mayor Claudia Lopez said the day had been mostly peaceful, although in some neighborhoods, small groups had turned violent.
Ms Lopez, who took office on Jan 1, has set up procedures to try to prevent violence at demonstrations, which have left four people dead since they began on Nov 21. About 500 people have been injured and around 200 arrested.
Many protesters feel that efforts to end the decades-long armed conflict with the country's Farc rebels have detracted from progress in other areas of society.
They also want Mr Duque to dismantle the feared Esmad riot police, widely criticized for its heavy-handed response to demonstrations.
Mr Duque has yielded to some of the other demands on tax reform, announcing the refund of value-added tax to the poorest 20% of the population and benefits for companies that hire young people.