It's two years since congress ratified the peace agreement with the FARC. In Caquetá, an ancient Japanese art form connects civilians, ex-FARC, & military.
The seventh 'Take the City' march in as many weeks was supported by trade unions, social organisations, farmers and indigenous groups – also protesting the government's tax proposals.
Hundreds of student protesters camp in the Universidad Nacional before the biggest demonstration yet.
Plus coral farming, rafting with former FARC members and a sexy former nun. The international Buzz November in 2018
The suspicious deaths of a whistleblower and his son have heaped more mystery on the Odebrecht corruption case, linked to the construction of the Ruta del Sol II route.
A delegation from the UK has urged Colombian authorities to guarantee imprisoned FARC leader Jesús Santrich’s rights to a fair hearing and has asked...
Protons and poetry. Music and math. String theory and....Salvador Dali.
“Back to the middle ages” is how Under Threat guitarist Nicolás Bermúdez described the recent blocking of Swedish black metal band Marduk to me. Coming from the UK, it feels more like the 80s to me: we haven’t had a Satanic Panic for a long old while.
The first 100 days of President Duque have passed by. Critics and supporters of the president have rushed to evaluate his first three months...
The march for more funds for public universities is the seventh massing in seven weeks, but the stakes are higher as recent outings have ended in violent clashes with riot police.