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4 hrs ago | Inside Colombia
Colombia is in the process of creating a marketable "brand" for its Caribbean Providencia and Santa Catalina islands in an attempt to boost tourism, according to a government press release.
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8 hrs ago | Mix
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12 hrs ago | Counterpunch
Negotiations between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia to end fifty years of war have been ongoing in Cuba for a year.
16 hrs ago | TeleGeography CommsUpdate
Two of Colombia's three major cellular operators have announced the launch of 4G Long Term Evolution services.
A Federal Court in New York sentenced Colombian drug trafficker Hernando Gomez, 55, alias "RasguA o," to 30 years in prison for, among other charges, smuggling cocaine into the United States.
U.S. President Barack Obama praised Colombian counterpart Juan Manuel Santos here Tuesday for "his bold and brave efforts to bring about a lasting and just peace" in the Andean nation.
Diego Maradona has been invited by Colombia's FARC to play for their team in a soccer "Game for Peace" during talks in Cuba between the rebels and the Colombian government looking to settle a decades-old conflict.
From the air, the thick green canopy that covers the Venezuelan Amazon is pocked with ever more frequent small holes.
The director of the Dapard disaster prevention department, Cesar Hernandez, said that the blast occurred in a gunpowder factory located in the rural portion of the town of Carmen de Viboral, in Antioquia province.
Students attend class at the Jing'an Education College Affiliated School in Shanghai.
There has been civil war in Colombia more or less continuously since 1948. It seems it may finally be coming to an end.
Nairo Quintana has been named the Colombian sportsman of the year by Bogota newspaper El Espectador .
Diaz was seen in a photo holding several weapons. Despite the photo Diaz was told he will be allowed to be released but must pay a $25,000 cash bond, turn over his passport and stay in a place where he can be monitored by GPS.
But according to Mr Giraldo, stickers boasting the image of Colombia's infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar are by far the most popular.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, bound for Washington on an official visit, said on Monday he remains cautiously optimistic about peace talks with Marxist FARC rebels taking place in Cuba.
Shocking footage shows the moment a trio of gunmen stormed into a Colombian nightclub and opened fire on terrified dancers.
The museum, the first in Colombia dedicated solely to the armed conflict, was designed as a space to reconstruct a history shrouded in violence and promote peaceful co-existence, according to [museum director LucA a] Gonzalez.