'Ojos en el Cielo, Pies en la Tierra' at the Museo Nacional focuses on the astronomical and map making skills of Francisco José de...
While it is more commonly associated with parts of Africa, female genital mutilation (FGM) is a practice that has taken hold in select communities...
After decades of wrangling, the city finally regains control of Campín car park, with revenues of up to 30 million pesos on big match days.
Amongst the tombs and gravestones of Cementerio Central stands a bronze statue of the German Jewish founder of Colombian brewing giant Bavaria, Leo Kopp. Now a mecca for locals desperate for miracles, it was also the centrepiece for a new project from sound artist Diana Restrepo and visual artist Nina Bendzko.
We hear from Marcos, who joined the FARC at 18, who tells us in his own words about what peace means for him.
Hundreds of student protesters camp in the Universidad Nacional before the biggest demonstration yet.
The debate proposed by Senators Angelica Lozano, Gustavo Petro and Jorge Enrique Robledo to discuss the corruption scandals that involve some of the most...
Oooh la la! Colombia’s links to the country of romance and wine go back to independence.
Palestinian director Annemarie Jacir tells the story of a father and his son who go from house to house to personally deliver the invitations for the upcoming wedding of their daughter and sister. This follows a cultural tradition called Wajib, the name of the film, which translates as “duty”.
Plus coral farming, rafting with former FARC members and a sexy former nun. The international Buzz November in 2018