Bogota - Fresh clashes erupted on Friday in the Colombian capital after a day of nationwide protests claimed three lives.
Several people were injured in Bogota, where police used tear gas and stun grenades against demonstrators armed with rocks, the national broadcaster Canal Uno reported.
Clashes were reported near the Portal de las Americas bus terminal, where a lack of buses sparked protests, and in another area in the city.
Thousands of Bogota residents were left without transport after protesters damaged about half of the city's Transmilenio bus stations on Thursday.
Hundreds of thousands of people marched in 150 municipalities during Thursday's general strike, which was called by trade unions and civil society groups.