12 hrs ago
Colombia marks 25th anniversary of Galan's assasination
Luis Carlos Galan, a favored presidential candidate and outspoken enemy of Colombia's drug cartels, was assassinated 25 years ago on August 18 during a campaign rally outside Bogota.
17 hrs ago
First 'Chief Resilience Officer' Begins Term in Oakland
Victoria Salinas was recently named Oakland, California's first Chief Resilience Officer , a position popping up in municipalities throughout the world.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Wide range of protests spread across Colombia
Social protests spread across northern and southwestern Colombia, and into the city of Medellin on Thursday as locals went on strike over lacking infrastructure, water and electricity shortages, and drought.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
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VIDEO: Man drags safe behind car Police think the suspect believed that by dragging it along the road, the safe would eventually open.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Colombia must prepare for eventual peso drop - central bank chief
Colombian businesses should be prepared for the possibility of a "very strong" depreciation in the peso due to rising U.S. interest rates or some other external shock, central bank chief Jose Dario Uribe said on Thursday.
Monday night sushi in Medellin, Colombia: a 2-for-Wonderful treat
Monday can be a difficult day to eat out in Medellin, as this is the one night that many restaurants in the city close.
Neal Asbury: Our Broken Immigration Program Stems From a Broken Trade Policy
The flood of refugees into the United States is not only a sign of a failed immigration policy, but of a trade policy that ignores the underlying reason for this humanitarian crisis.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Colombia's Celsia Pays $840 Million in Central America Expansion
Celsia SA , Colombia's fourth-biggest power producer, is turning to Central America for its first international expansion, buying stakes in seven power plants in Panama and Costa Rica for $840 million.
Silicon Alley Insider
Meet The Drug Lords And Foot Soldiers Who Have Transformed Columbia's Coke Business
Since the death of notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar in 1993, the Colombian cocaine industry has undergone a dramatic shift.
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
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Breastfeeding rates are higher in Oregon than any other state in the US, with the Portland area leading the pack at more than 90%, reports the USDA.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
See The First Pictures Of Josh Hutcherson And Benicio del Toro In...
The story of the most famous drug kingpin in history, Pablo Escobar, has been in an "It's Complicated" relationship with Hollywood for years.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Change Agents: Naja celebrates women's beauty and power
Well-traveled Catalina Girald decided to take a second plunge into the start-up waters with Naja, a new lingerie company that hopes to provide an alternative to racy Victoria's Secret Change Agents: Naja celebrates women's beauty and power Well-traveled Catalina Girald decided to take a second plunge into the start-up waters with Naja, a new ... (more)
Colombia's Flower Festival closes with epic march of floral arrangements
Colombia's Flower Festival ended on Sunday with the 57th annual traditional march of over 500 "silleteros," or flower arrangers, down the streets of Medellin.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
T amp;TEC execs travel to Colombia to meet manufacturers
Executives of the state-owned T&T Electricity Commission travelled to Colombia for a three-day visit from July 8 to 11 to meet manufacturers of products for the energy sector, Proexport Colombia confirmed in a series of e-mail messages and telephone conversations from July 11 to August 5. "Representatives of the T&TEC will develop a trade agenda ... (more)
Myrtle Beach Online
Myrtle Beach Peoplea s Rally suggests transformation needed along Grand Strand
Sherry Holloway blows a shofar as the storm clouds move in and the Myrtle Beach Peoples' Rally march was postponed on Saturday due to an approaching rain and lightning storm.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Depression and neighborhood violence among children and early adolescents in Medellin, Colombia.
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Local flower grower celebrates his 50th Medellin flower parade
This year's Medellin flower festival is particularly special for William Atehortua, a local flower grower whose participation in Saturday's annual flower parade dates back half a century.
Armin Only Intense: The Final Shows at Ziggo Dome Sells Out in An Hour
It has been an incredibly successful year for the Armin Only Intense world tour, with two completely sold out kick-off shows in the Ziggo Dome in November 2013.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
An Incredible Story of Forgiveness
Greetings from Medellin, Colombia. I want to share with you an incredible story a 24 years old young man shared with me yesterday.