RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Twitter hid a tweet by former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe for violating the rules of the social network by "glorifying violence", as it incited to use weapons against protesters, despite the complaints that were repeated on the day of protests on Wednesday for police brutality.
"Taking into account the context of the current situation in Colombia, we have actioned that Tweet, for violation of the Twitter Rules," the social network estimated.
In the message, the right-wing former president appealed to the "right of soldiers and police to use their weapons to defend their integrity," which . . .