Incinerated buses are towed away, over 50 CAIs have been damaged and police ready themselves for more protests.
In tonight’s episode of Bogotá Nights, Brendan and Oli discuss what they like about living in Colombia, as well as their take on the events of the last few days.
Seven die overnight as protest over police brutality spread across the capital.
Videos of police brutality showing Javier Ordóñez being taser-ed by the police have sparked protests throughout the city.
Coronavirus is still dominating the news, but sports are back on as well around the globe, including the Tour de France. And it is a feast for the Colombian cycling fans as the Colombians are looking good. What can we take away from the first 11 days of the Tour?
Everton signs Colombian golden boy James Rodríguez after agreeing a €25 million fee with Real Madrid.
Restaurants and cafés are now allowed to open from Thursday to Sunday. Here are some pictures of a newly re-opened Chapinero.
Listen in at 9 pm tonight for the second episode of Bogotá Nights, a live English-language radio show from The Bogotá Post.
This October 1st politicians and business leaders will meet virtually at Horasis Extraordinary Meeting to devise solutions...
COVID-19 has taken its toll on the city we know and love. But will the 'New Reality' bring enough change for Bogotá's businesses?
Six months after the last official match was played in Colombia, football returns with Junior de Barranquilla vs América de Cali for the Superliga.
Organisations warn that unless Colombia takes its obligations to former fighters more seriously we will see more killings.
The rules have changed, meaning that a lot of things are going to be possible for the first time in a long while.
With our Brave New Reality now firmly in place, let’s all wave goodbye to this list of irritations…hopefully!
The lockdown in Bogotá was tedious and lengthy, but there were silver linings among the clouds. Our columnist looks at five things we should hold on to in the brave new reality.
Colombian authorities have announced what amounts to a shift change in coronavirus measures. Come September, restaurants can open (with restrictions), intercity transport will be allowed and we’ll even see domestic flights.