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Who will Colombia’s next President be? And five other questions we’ll...

It has been an election of bitterness, barbs and killer bees but today Colombians will have their final say on who the next president...

“Petro is hope” for some, but what hope does Petro have...

The battle-weary Wilmer walked past the encampments to the public library of Santa Lucia. Flanked by his two sons, he made the long muddy...
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The inevitability of Iván Duque

In Ituango, Antioquia, a curfew was observed daily between 6pm and 6am in the morning, a time when even the police hid in their...
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Abortion: Will Colombia see any changes under a new President?

Despite the polarising rhetoric in this presidential candidate, the presidential candidates have a similar, if not the same, position on the divisive topic of...

The realities of child labour in Colombia

Every year on June 12 National Day against Child Labour is commemorated, statistics are released and combative initiatives discussed. This year, according to the International...
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Espacio Media Incubator announces the launch of Argentina Reports

Media incubator ESPACIO announces the launch of Argentina Reports, an up-and-coming English language news source for Argentina. The publication is syndicated via Google News...

What is the future of Ley Seca in Colombia?

It’s the nationwide ban Colombians are accustomed to each and every election day: from six in the evening of the previous day until six...
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Duque maintains consistent lead over Petro in latest polls

In a rainy season filled with landslides, Centro Democrático candidate Iván Duque will now look to cause a landslide of his own next week...

Where to for Fajardo followers? A polarised election throws up difficult...

Sergio Fajardo lost to Gustavo Petro by around 300,000 votes and the former candidate’s supporters may play a crucial role in deciding who Colombia’s...