In recent months, millions of Colombians have “taken to the streets in daily demonstrations against rising poverty, inequality and police brutality.” In a sadly familiar theme, some of them have not come home. WaPo: Colombians have thronged to anti-government protests. Hundreds have gone missing. Luz Marina Monzón is director of the Unit for the Search of Disappeared Persons, established to account for the people who went missing during the half-century-long conflict: “In a democratic country, this should not be normal.” (That sentence could be affixed to the end of all too many stories these days.)