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Arizona Iced Tea in Colombia, Chimba De Parche, Episode 1

Brandon Bonner spent a week in Medellin, Colombia with Jose David Velez and his brother Juan Pablo. The post Arizona Iced Tea in Colombia, Chimba De Parche, Episode 1 appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

5 of the best boutique hotels in Colombia and Panama

After many years of being known as one of the most dangerous countries in the world due to their Narcos and extremist groups, Colombia is now coming out the other side and becoming one of the hottest up and coming travel destinations. Show More Summary

‘Narcos’ Location Manager Found Shot Dead in Mexico

The series Narcos on Netflix is about the dangerous world of drug trafficking in Colombia, focusing on the real-life stories of drug kingpins in the late 1980s who were more than guilty of committing heinous crimes in the name of illegal entrepreneurship in the middle of the heat brought on by the war on drugs. Show More Summary

US officials are raising alarm over Colombia's cocaine boom, but they may be 'missing most of the picture'

US officials in Congress and the White House over the past week have expressed deep concern about developments in Colombia, where efforts to demobilize the country's oldest rebel group are proceeding alongside a boom in cocaine production. On Tuesday, during a Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control hearing, Republican Sen. Show More Summary

UN adopts new mission aimed at reintegrating Colombia rebels

The U.N. Security Council on Thursday unanimously approved U.N. plans for a follow-on mission in Colombia which will focus on reintegrating some 10,000 former combatants from the country's largest rebel … Click to Continue »

Trump delivers shock rebuke to Colombia over cocaine surge

BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — U.S. President Donald Trump is threatening that he may decertify Colombia as a partner in the war against drugs unless the South American nation reverses a record surge in cocaine production.

Trump threatens drug war ally Colombia over cocaine surge

In shock rebuke for close ally, President says he may decertify Colombia as partner in war against drugs

One traveller is gripped by the beauty of Nicaragua

In two weeks, the Mail on Sunday's Tom Mangold hit California, Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Colombia, the Bahamas and Florida on a whirlwind cruise.

Trump delivers shock rebuke to Colombia over cocaine surge

U.S. President Donald Trump is threatening that he may decertify Colombia as a partner in the drug war unless it reverses a record surge in cocaine production in the South … Click to Continue »

Israel, Colombia pledge cooperation in post-conflict era

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos are pledging to strengthen ties in areas like science and tourism as Colombia transitions into a post-conflict era. Netanyahu … Click to Continue »

Colombia sees peace with ELN rebels harder than FARC

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Negotiating peace with Colombia's largest active rebel group, the ELN, will be tougher than the recent successful talks with FARC guerrillas due to the ELN's diffuse chain of command and radical ideology, the chief government negotiator said.

Top 8 destinations to visit in Colombia

If you are looking for a holiday destination which delivers cultured cities, friendly people, unique wildlife and beautiful landscapes, Colombia needs to be on your travel bucket list. This country has moved away from its troubled past to become a stunning part of the world which is unspoilt and unique. Show More Summary

Pope Francis goes after Trump on DACA and slams climate change deniers

Hoo boy, it looks like the world's biggest feud is getting a new chapter as Pope Francis dropped some bars on U.S. President Donald Trump during a press conference aboard Pope Force One on Sunday. Traveling from Colombia back to Rome,...Show More Summary

Pope Francis Says Humanity Will “Go Down” If Serious Action To Address Climate Change Isn’t Taken

On the way back from Colombia, Pope Francis gave a press conference on a plane that included some interesting comments. Amongst them was the statement that humanity will "go down" if strong action to address climate change isn't taken Pope...Show More Summary

Pope Francis says Trump’s decision to rescind DACA is not pro-life

President Donald Trump’s immigration policies aren’t impressing Pope Francis. Speaking with a group of reporters abroad the papal plane from a five-day visit back from Colombia, Francis said he hoped Trump would reconsider his decision...Show More Summary

"Here in Colombia and in the world, millions of people are still being sold as slaves."

"They either beg for some expressions of humanity, moments of tenderness, or they flee by sea or land because they have lost everything, primarily their dignity and their rights."Said Pope Francis.

Pope Francis on Trump's immigration stance

Pope Francis was asked by journalists aboard the papal plane returning from his overseas trip to Colombia about his reaction to the latest policy shift.

Pope Suffers Black Eye After Bumping Head On Popemobile

Pope Francis’s visit to Cartagena, Colombia, got off to a bumpy start when the pontiff lost his balance aboard the popemobile and banged his head on the protective screen, leaving him bruised and bloody around his left eye. The incident … More » The post Pope Suffers Black Eye After Bumping Head On Popemobile appeared first on EveryJoe.

Pope Francis takes a tumble touting reconciliation in Colombia

Popemobile stops short to avoid well-wishers, knocking pope off balance and leaving him with a black eye

Pope Laughs Off Popemobile Mishap

Pope Francis laughed off an accident in the Popemobile Sunday that left him with a bruised eye and a bloodstained cassock. The 80-year-old quipped: "I was punched. I'm fine," as he continued his tour of Cartagena, Colombia, the Telegraph reports. The Vatican said Francis received ice treatment after losing his...

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