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A jab in the arm: Getting vaccinated in Bogotá

Here's how getting vaccinated in Bogota panned out for one writer this week. If you're next in line, find out what to expect.

An end to COVID-19 restrictions in Colombia?

The government announces ambitious plans to ease out of the crisis. But it could get worse before it gets better.

How Colombian students are fighting sexual aggression on campus

Universities won't listen, but social media will. Here's how student groups are making sure that cases of sexual harassment don't remain hidden.

3 Reasons Why Colombia Could Benefit from Mexico’s Outsourcing Ban

Colombia could be well-positioned to take advantage of changes in Mexican outsourcing laws.

Keeping tabs on Colombia’s deadly protests

Struggling to tell what’s true and what’s not in the protests? We break down some of the fake news.

One month of protests in Colombia: What’s going on?

It's been one month since protests in Colombia kicked off as people took to the street to express their frustration with the status quo.

Bogotá reopening from June 8

Bogota reopening: COVID restrictions will be lifted in less than two weeks as authorities try to respond to people’s needs.

Bogotá running out of drinking water

Chemicals needed to purify the city’s water are not making it through the blockades, and the capital faces the possibility of running out of drinking water.

Colombia protests: What’s going on in Cali?

Cali has become the epicentre of Colombia’s protests. With an already heavy presence of armed gangs and high rates of both unemployment and poverty, it was a tinderbox.

Colombia mourns Lucas Villa

Hospital confirms brain death of Lucas Villa, the protestor who was seen shaking hands with riot police on the day he was shot.