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Bogota, April 16 Colombia's leftist FARC guerrillas blew up a portion of the main road linking their country with neighbouring Ecuador, authorities said Tuesday.
Wandering through a decaying doorless archway, I encounter a young boy crouching on a floor of broken tiles and rubble, beneath a framed newspaper front page from May 1984.
Officers remove evidence from VIP Cannabis in Denver, November 21, 2013. Federal authorities executed search warrants and seizure warrants at multiple Denver-area medical marijuana facilities, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
MARX: A HERO FOR OUR TIME? - Suddenly, everyone from the Wall Street Journal to Rolling Stone seems to be talking about Karl Marx.
Tens of thousands of U.S. citizens safely visit Colombia each year for tourism, business, university studies, and volunteer work.
I would like to observe the critical situation with the people of San Anterito a region of Monteria - CA3rdoba Colombia.
Envisioned as an architectural symbol of change in Medellin's once violence-laden eastern hills, the Biblioteca de EspaA a is already facing a number of structural issues.
Police officers stand guard over seized packages of cocaine displayed for the press at a police base in the Caribbean seaport of Cartagena, Colombia.
Colombian cattleman Daniel Cuadra: "I don't know what the future holds, but we need to prepare ourselves because next year could be worse."
It is a mindset -- nimble, adaptive, and outside-the-universe -- that has transformed an entire city, shifting Medellin, Colombia's status from the ' World's Most Dangerous City ' to the ' World's Most Innovative City .'
A barge carrying construction materials for U.S.-based Drummond Co Inc, Colombia's second biggest coal miner, was shipwrecked at the company's port late last week, and local media said on Sunday it also had diesel fuel onboard.
Colombian police officers watch a demolished property during an operation against the called "Pots" in of Bogota, capital of Colombia, on April 11, 2014.
Bogota, Colombia - Jelena Jankovic will try for a second straight title at the Claro Open Colsanitas tennis event.
He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award. He was, also, the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the New York Public Library's Cullman Center.
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