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In a 2009 file photo, demonstrators protesting against violence in Colombia, perform during a rally entitled "Women at the Square" in Bogota.
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Colombia's Sunday congressional elections saw an unprecedented amount of voter fraud and vote buying, though violent pressure on voters from armed illegal groups largely abated, according to electoral observers.
The U.S. doesn't have the ships and surveillance capabilities to go after the illegal drugs flowing into the U.S. from Latin America, the top military commander for the region told senators Thursday, adding that the lack of resources means he has to "sit and watch it go by."
At least six people died Wednesday aboard an air ambulance that exploded for as yet undetermined reasons when it was about to land at the Villavicencio airport in the central Colombian province of Meta.
FOR Juan Manuel Santos, Colombia's president, congressional elections on March 9th were an important signal that "the overwhelming majority of Colombians want peace."
UNTIL recently Colombia was lax in enforcing its environmental laws. So it came as a shock to the country's mining industry when, in January, the government halted coal exports from a port operated by Drummond, an American miner, in a row over pollution.
One-third of senators and over one-fifth of the lower house that will potentially vote on peace accords in Colombia are suspected of links with paramilitaries.
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TORIBIO, Colombia - A Colombian police officer guards a polling station in the department of Cauca during parliamentary elections on March 9. BOGOTA, Colombia - An electoral worker registers the identification card of Colombian Vice President Angelino Garzon during parliamentary elections on March 9. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos' ... (more)
Local commerce in the largest port on Colombia's Pacific coast ground to a halt Wednesday as business owners closed their storefronts and joined citizens protesting the city's escalating violence, according to a regional news source.
Colombia Facil , a free bilingual tourist guide, has published its second pocket addition after extensive feedback from both locals and tourists.
Eduardo Vives, the cousin of a former congressman imprisoned for ties to paramilitary groups and of a losing candidate in last Sunday's congressional election, was kidnapped by two armed men in his estate near the state capital of Santa Marta.
An air ambulance crash in the early hours of Wednesday morning has left a patient, medical staff, two pilots and a family member of the patient dead.