Independence day: Five people who built the Colombia we know and...

July 20 is Colombia's independence day so we look at five people of great importance for the modern day Colombia we all know and love.

The dark side of Santa Marta

Armed gangs lurk in the shadows of Santa Marta, burning a farm for tourists to the ground in this tourist haven on the Colombian coast.

Colombian startup VICO selected for the 10th batch of 500 Startups...

VICO, a Colombian startup helping students and young professionals with housing, was selected this week into 500...

Humberto De La Calle: An unlikely rebel

Long-term politician and chief negotiator with the FARC Humberto de la Calle talks to us about peace, equality and nadaismo.

Colombia Connection: Namaste, India!

Despite being geographically distant, relations between Colombia and India have steadily grown closer, a look at the connection between the two.

Here’s the batch of Founder Institute Bogotá startups

Among the accelerator programs in Bogotá, Founder Institute Colombia celebrates its second graduation day under Director Mads...
Saffron-crowned tanager ( yellow head and blue body)

Bird tourism in Colombia takes flight — as threats to vital...

Caption: Saffron-crowned tanager — Photo courtesy of Pedro Arturo Camargo Martinez, Biologist with Asociación Calidris At sunrise last...

Guzmán: Colombia’s forgotten history of peace

Colombians negotiated a landmark peace agreement that slowly crumbled as the State was unable to live up to its promise of economic...

Auras Anónimas, El Testigo and Los Fragmentos.

We follow in the trail of the ‘Culture Cab’ from BBC’s The Arts Hour visiting El Testigo and other expositions about the armed conflict.

In the shadow of Los Pachencas

Soon after moving to Colombia, Richard made his dream to create a wildlife reserve in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta a reality. But then he crossed paths with an armed gang that terrorises the region.