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Colombia Facil releases new and improved travel guide
Colombia Facil , a free bilingual tourist guide, has published its second pocket addition after extensive feedback from both locals and tourists.
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Colombia Women Victims, But Also Participants, in Violent Organized Crime
Rising arrests of women for involvement in organized crime in Cali highlights how women are increasingly part of, as well as victims of, organized crime, not only in Colombia but across Latin America.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Colombia pop icon Juanes returns with 'Loco De Amor'
Colombia's Grammy Award-winning artist Juanes returned to the spotlight Tuesday with his much-anticipated new album "Loco De Amor" .
Election loss leaves Santos 'precarious' but not defeated: Expert
Sunday's congressional elections left Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos' legislative coalition of National Unity in a more precarious position as his supporting parties managed to retain a majority in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Colombia's teachers extorted by gangs
Teachers, who make among the lowest salaries of any established professionals in Colombia, have reported receiving threats from people claiming affiliations with "Los UrabeA os" or "Los Rastrojos," two of the largest criminal organizations in the country responsible for a significant percentage of its drug trade.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
[Consumption and perceived use of licit and illicit drugs among...
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The Miami Herald
Traditional Colombian bullfighting
Luis Bolivar is currently the only Colombian bullfighter with the international recognition to fight in Spain, seen here at a charity bullfight in Medellín on February 14, 2014.
Juanes' Worries Pay Off With 'Loco de Amor...
Watch Juanes his thoughts on new album 'Loco de Amor' behind-the-scenes at Billboard's interview session & photo shoot.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
754 irregularities reported as Colombia elections end
As polling stations of Colombia's 2014 congressional elections close their doors, the country's Electoral Observation Mission reports 858 irregularities and cases of electoral fraud until 3 PM.
Mexico: 'Pandemic' Violence against Women
In the spirit of International Women's Day , attention should be paid to the violence women suffer at the hands of men in Mexico, our neighbor and the source of the largest number of illegal aliens here.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Alcohol banned in Colombia as country prepares for congress election
A weekend-long prohibition on the consumption and sale of alcohol was enforced throughout Colombia on Saturday as citizens ready themselves for the country's Congressional elections on Sunday.
Matt Samsky In Medellin Colombia
Mathew Norval Samsky, where do I even begin with this character. I've been giving this fool sh*t for well over a decade now.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Bello Park, a Medellin hangout for day and night
Just a short 10-minute walk from the Bello metro station lies Bello Park, officially known as Parque Santander, in the heart of the municipality on the northern extent of the Medellin's ever expanding greater metropolitan area.
How to Build the Informed City
As a build-up to and an extension of the April 5-11, 2014, United Nations Habitat World Urban Forum 7 in Medellin, Colombia, the University of Chicago and others hosted a pre-session dialogue in Chicago on March 4. Speakers addressed the topic of "The Informed City: Data Drive Approaches to a More Just, Equitable, and Sustainable City."
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Top member of 'Los Rastrojos' captured in Medellin
A leader of Colombia's largest neo-paramilitary drug gang "Los Rastrojos" was captured in Medellin on Thursday, local authorities said.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
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Solvista Gold Announces Death of Director Gary Barket
Solvista Gold Corporation is saddened to announce that Mr. Gary P. Barket, a member of Solvista's board of directors, died on February 25, 2014 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Ekklesia Daily News
Briton spends 10,000th day in US prison despite evidence of innocence
Krishna 'Kris' Maharaj, a British businessman sentenced to death in 1987, has spent his 10,000th day in a US prison, despite compelling evidence of his innocence.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Medellin: From Cradle of Crime to Cultural Icon
The department of Antioquia's capital city was the first in the world to implement an aerial cable car system for mass transit purposes.
Metro UK News
Just a dog riding a motorcycle, no big deal
A video released on LiveLeak shows a dog operating a scrambler on the streets of Medellin, Colombia, all without the use of opposable thumbs.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
The Daily Record
Video: Colombian guerrillas said my brother was carrying groceries...
Video: Colombian guerrillas said my brother was carrying groceries for paramilitaries..