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The buzz: Plants, pasties and Pablo

We take a look at the latest international stories on Colombia, from Escobar to empanadas.
Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP)

Guzmán: The opposition will be defeated if it doesn’t unite

Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) Photo courtesy of Oficina de prensa JEP Duque’s objections to the JEP presented...

Has time run out for Colombia’s DC-3s?

The first DC-3 took to the air in 1935 and over 80 years later, about 800 are still going worldwide. Last week's tragic crash marks the end of an era.

Border closure pushes migrants fleeing Venezuela towards dangerous routes

A shelter in Pamplona affords sanctuary to weary migrants. Photo by Caterina Weller A day before the failed...

Guaidó and US Vice President hold talks in Bogotá

Juan Guaidó (left) pictured with Colombian President Iván Duque and US Vice President Mike Pence. Photo by Nicolás Galeano -...

Jostling for position: Possible candidates for the capital’s mayoral elections

The mayoral elections will take place in October and there are already some familiar names being thrown around as possible candidates in the capital.

Clashes turn bloody on Venezuelan border crossing: Scenes from a revolution

A protester looks on from Simón Bolivar bridge as a fire is set off by incoming tear gas cannisters.

Dramatic scenes on Venezeulan border set tone for Guaido’s revolution

Protesters yelling out at Venezuelan riot police at the border. Dramatic scenes occurred on Simon Bolivar bridge after...

Maduro orders closure of Venezuela-Colombia border. How will Guaidó respond?

Thousands make the daily journey across Simon Bolivar Bridge in the hopes of finding a better life. It has now been...

Guaidó arrives in Cúcuta as city prepares for the worst ahead...

Venezuelan concert-goers look on at Venezuela Live Aid. Photo by Arjun Harindranath Cúcuta is a city known for...