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Ecuador and Colombia confirm deaths of abducted journalists

The governments of Ecuador and Colombia have confirmed that three men--journalists Javier Ortega and Paul Rivas as well as their driver Efraín Segarra--have been...

The Buzz, Colombia in international news outlets

How was Colombia depicted in international media last month?

United Nations report calls for action on situation Colombia

A United Nations report on the situation of human rights in Colombia in 2017 has called on the government to do more to protect rural communities as they continue to suffer from violence in the wake of the FARC’s disarmament.

Elections 2018: Road to the Colombian Presidency

Just weeks to go until the first round of voting and the Colombian election circus is in full swing. That first round is on May 27 and no candidate is expected to win a simple majority. We look back at some of the key recent developments in the road to the Presidency.
Third Presidential Debate

Election 2018: What you may have missed during the third presidential...

With the frontrunner Iván Duque pulling out due to other campaign commitments, The Gran Debate del Pacifico in the Pacific port town of Buenaventura...

Oil spill wreaks havoc in La Lizama, Santander

Ecopetrol comes under fire for the environmental disaster in La Lizama and the context of contamination of Colombia
Climate Change Lawsuit Dejusticia

In conversation with Dejusticia: the team behind this week’s groundbreaking climate...

Acxan Duque is eight years old. He comes from the Pacific coastal city of Buenaventura and has a skin condition called atopic dermatitis. This...

Matador retired from social media after death threats, what happened?

Matador withdraws from social media following death threats over cartoon depicting presidential candidate Iván Duque as a pig.

FARC leader Jesús Santrich to face extradition?

Prominent FARC leader Seuxis Paucias Hernández Solarte, also known as ‘Jesús Santrich’ was arrested on April 9 at the request of U.S. authorities. Santrich and three other FARC ex-combatants could now face extradition to the U.S. for allegedly conspiring to export 10 tons of cocaine, Attorney General Nestor Humberto Martínez declared in a televised address
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Donald Trump cancels visit to Bogotá

  U.S. President Donald Trump has cancelled his Latin American travel plans to Bogotá and to Lima's Summit of the Americas in order to respond to the...