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2 hrs ago | Eff.org
Joining from Mexico City, hackerspace Rancho Electronico will be hosting its own " editathon ," while hackerspace Hackbo will follow suit in Bogota, Colombia.
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6 hrs ago | Buses world news
In response, Bogota directed its attention towards public transport and worked to improve conditions for cycling... The challenge for Bogota has been integrating bicycle and bus policies into a wider sustainable urban transport context and ensuring projects have continuity across political terms.
6 hrs ago | Inside Colombia
Eighteen journalists in Colombia's northern state of Antioquia are working under constant fear from death threats over their reporting on criminal gangs, national media reported on Monday.
9 hrs ago | McGill Reporter
"I'm pleased that, over twenty years, MISC has been able to maintain its reputation as a politically independent, lively institution looking outward to the public and inward to the McGill Community," says Will Straw.
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'An aggressive plant to renovate 80,000 hectares of poorly productive cocoa fields is the key to improve the economic prospects of Colombian cocoa producers and the sector as a whole': Fedecacao national technical supervisor Yardley Cano Higher cocoa prices in the international market could kick-start Colombia's plans to replant up to 80,000 ha of ... (more)
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An unarmed black teenager killed by a white officer in Missouri was shot at least six times, including twice in the head, a preliminary private autopsy has found.
Spanish police say they have arrested a woman who landed at Madrid's international airport with 1.7 kilograms of cocaine hidden in her breast implants.
Colombia's government has awarded a consortium led by Brazilian engineering giant Odebrecht a 3.5-trillion-peso contract to improve the navigability of the Magdalena River, the Andean nation's longest.
The international drug trade, the war on it, and hundreds of thousands of displaced children and the trafficking of illegal drugs in the Western Hemisphere have been going on for quite some time now and has become big business.
Victims of the decades-old conflict pitting FARC rebels against government forces testified at peace talks Saturday, pushing for "truth" to form the foundation of any accord.
A 43-year-old Venezuelan woman was apprehended at Madrid International Airport with 3.7 pounds of cocaine in her breast implants.
The former director of Colombia's now-defunct intelligence agency, DAS, did not flee to Costa Rica after learning her asylum in Panama was revoked, according to her lawyer.
ColombiaA s Prosecutor General Office confirmed Friday that Andres Felipe filed an asylum request in Florida last month, local media reported.
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