The capital is not past its third peak, but the COVID rules have been relaxed.
The resignation of the finance minister and withdrawal of reforms has not stopped nationwide demonstrations.
As darkness falls, protests in Bogotá continue. Here’s what happened today.
As the country gears up for protests, what can we expect? We’ve done our best to answer any questions you might have
Bogotá has introduced new stricter coronavirus measures -- schools and universities will be shut again and we all need to be home by 8pm.
The term reciclador literally translates to a recycler and can be broadly defined as a person who recovers reusable and recyclable materials...
Jennifer Poole Publicize, a digital PR company for technology startups and enterprises that’s headquartered in Medellin, has announced...
How is the vaccination process in Colombia going? Find out what's going on, if vaccines are effective and what will happen next.
Colombia’s byzantine taxation system needs desperate reform, but the public don’t think Carrasquilla has the answers.
As emergency room occupation hits highest levels yet, Bogotá is introducing an 8pm curfew.
Our new feature will give you a snapshot of a different corner of Bogotá each month. We've all been stuck at home more this year, so one writer wanted to capture a taste of different parts of the city. First up? Parkway.
As we enter an official third wave, public appetite for lockdown is stretching ever-thinner.
Another red alert has been issued in Bogotá, meaning the extension of lockdown, with some changes.
Here's why Bogotá needs to keep its parks open during coronavirus lockdowns.
As was to be expected, even after slightly muted Semana Santa celebrations, authorities plan to shut down Bogotá again this weekend.
Every country has its fair share of superstitions, many of which grew from religious beliefs. Easter in Colombia is no different