Colombia joins international climate protest

Campaigners in Bogotá, Medellín, Cali, Santa Marta, Tolima, and Ibague call for national climate emergency.

Bogotá’s Scooters: Harmless fun or serious hazard?

The Bogotá Post decided to take to the streets to find out more about the current boom on scooters in the capital.

15 years of ARTBO, Bogotá’s international art fair

Latin America’s premier art extravaganza packs a punch at Bogotá’s exhibition centre, Corferias this month. With 67 galleries, work from 17 countries and a thriving fringe scene all over the city, it’s a good time to immerse yourself in art.

Palacio de Justicia: missing workers were ‘disappeared’

An international court backs families claiming state agents kidnapped and killed their loved ones at the Palacio de Justicia in 1985.

Cabal and Farah claim US Open men’s doubles title

Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah take the US Open crown. The Caleños won the final, beating Marcel Granollers from Spain and Horacio Zeballos from Argentina in two sets, 6-4, 7-5.

First week Vuelta á España finished: Nairo Quintana holds red leader...

Nairo Quintana holds the red leader jersey after an exciting first week of the Vuelta á España, but with our riders within 20 seconds, nothing is decided. Ten other Colombians started the Vuelta in Torrevieja this year with several different goals, how did they do?
FARC Peace Agreement Santrich

Reactions to FARC rebels’ return to arms

Reactions to the announcement that former FARC members will return to arms has been swift, both inside and outside Colombia.

Former FARC commanders announce return to arms

In a video released overnight, Iván Márquez released the group’s manifesto and accused the government of failing to keep its promises and failing to protect the lives of citizens.

The Amazon is burning: Can Colombia save its forests?

As Brazil's forests burn, we ask: what's in store for Colombia's Amazon wilderness.

Creative industries: Interview with Nick Barley, director of the Edinburgh International...

We speak to Nick Barley, director of the Edinburgh International Book Festival.