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At least six people have died, four were injured, six went missing and widespread material damage was inflicted by the torrential rains falling across a large part of Colombia, officials said.
The key witness in the vehicular homicide trial of Nicolas Dutan Guaman now sits in a Bogota, Colombia, prison, unlikely to be extradited in time for an April 3 trial in Worcester Superior Court.
What might a Colombian from the world-famous eje cafetero, a pair of entrepreneurs who met at university in Russia, and the Indonesian ambassador to Argentina have in common? Well, to start with, they all seem to love well-prepared coffee in a city where the average brew tastes more like umbrella water - to use an Argentine term - than a typically ... (more)
Over the weekend Metallica will play in Bogota, Colombia in front of a huge crazed Colombian audience.
For farmers like Angel Escue, Colombia's bid to end half a century of war with Marxist rebels may come at too high a price.
Colombia's election results are all but in and one thing is clear: Alvaro Uribe, the first ex-president to run for senate, is the man of the moment.
Representatives from Hurricane-based PowerfulSignal took part in a business trade mission from the Mountain West region to Colombia and Panama in February.
A Bogota initiative designed to treat impoverished drug addicts in the Colombian capital has come under scrutiny from oversight bodies for mismanagement of public funds.
By the end of 2014, the Colombian government will have invested US$2.45 billion in the Vive Digital project.
A former member of Pablo Escobar's Medellin Cartel and key witness in a drug trafficking case against former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega has been murdered in Colombia's capital Bogota, reported local media.
From top: a woman pans for gold on the Rio Andagueda; soldiers on patrol in Bagado; men cross the river on a basic canoe; and a worker at a gold mine in Choco Province.
Metallica to Debut New Music This Weekend in South America Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 03.14.2014 At their latest gig... Metallica have revealed that they're debuting new music at their South American concert this weekend.
Whether it's a vacant lot or a untapped data dump, interminable neighborhood planning meetings or miscues across the border, a tiny team of urban thinkers is stepping outside the usual city bureaucracy to experiment on new solutions for old problems.
It turns out that "hips don't lie" is much more than the title of one of Shakira's biggest hits.
In a 2009 file photo, demonstrators protesting against violence in Colombia, perform during a rally entitled "Women at the Square" in Bogota.