News in brief: Minga protests on the Pan-American Highway came to an end, IACHR, Venezuelan crisis and the Cauca mudslide.
What has the international press picked up about Colombia recently?
José Elías Melo, former president of Corficolombiana faces 11 years and 9 months in prison and a fine of almost COP$150 million.
Impossible barriers to work permits have left Venezuelan migrants in Bogotá desperate and more vulnerable.
The stories of caregivers who migrate to earn money to send home – leaving a care deficit in their own countries.
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.
The Special Jurisdiction for Peace looks uncertain after the President raises objections to the transitional justice bill.
Policeman Boris Alexander Benítez was killed on March 19 during clashes between Minga protesters and public forces on the Pan-American highway.
We take a look at the latest international stories on Colombia, from Escobar to empanadas.
Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) Photo courtesy of Oficina de prensa JEP Duque’s objections to the JEP presented...