Odebrecht’s corruptive cost in Colombia may have been three times larger...

Brazilian engineering giant Odebrecht’s influence in Colombia may be much bigger than previously thought, according to an announcement from the country’s Attorney General Nestor...

Books for change at the Feria del Libro 2018

With the themes ‘words for reconciliation’ and ‘more ways to read’, one aspect of this year’s FILBo is how books can change the world.

Understanding Colombia’s different accents

Whether this is because the Spanish spoken in Bogotá is “clearer” than others (as many capitalinos would have you believe) or simply because Colombian media broadcasts typically bogotano accents to the rest of the country, the reality is understanding the Colombia's different accents can be a bit of a head scratcher.

Bogotá lockdown extended until June 15

Bogotá mayor Claudia López confirms the capital will not lift its isolation measures at the end of this month.

Bringing on the ‘better’ bendy buses

Replacement vehicles promise a smoother TransMilenio. But will they bring less commuter misery – and fresher air – to one of the planet’s most congested cities?

Maria Luisa Ortiz: ‘When we sit down at a sewing machine,...

Uniting Colombia’s divided parts through fabrics, fashion, and ancestral craftsmanship
Santos NATO Colombia

Colombia joins NATO as first “global partner” from Latin America

Colombia has joined the 29 member countries of NATO as the first Latin American country to officially be a part of the intergovernmental military...
Climate Change Lawsuit Dejusticia

In conversation with Dejusticia: the team behind this week’s groundbreaking climate...

Acxan Duque is eight years old. He comes from the Pacific coastal city of Buenaventura and has a skin condition called atopic dermatitis. This...

House arrest for ex-president Álvaro Uribe Vélez

Colombia’s Supreme Court has put Álvaro Uribe Vélez under house arrest while it decides whether he should stand trial for bribery and witness tampering.
Tumaco Killings, thousands displaced

At least 1500 people displaced in Tumaco due to armed groups

Following the October 5th violence in Tumaco, which left 6 dead and 12 injured, The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)...