Barely a day passes at present without Colombia striker Radamel Falcao featuring heavily among the front pages of football media websites the world over. As players go, he is currently one of the hottest properties around. Indeed, Atletico Madrid have already confirmed that they will allow his exit later this summer. Show More Summary
An epidemic of acute respiratory infection (ARI) in the municipality of Garzon in the center of the Department of Huila has resulted in 2 deaths and another 23 people infected with the dangerous illness. Carlos Daniel Mazabel, departmental...Show More Summary
Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla has been questioned for using a private airplane owned by a company linked to a businessman who is allegedly involved with drug trafficking in Colombia. Some of the President's closest officials have had to present their resignations as a result of the incident.
The nearly half century of war between the government of Colombia and the Armed Revolutionary Forces of Colombia (FARC) that left over half a million Colombians dead and three million displaced may finally be coming to an end.
WOLA (Washington Office on Latin America) has published an update on the talks between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). The report concludes: As they pass their six-month anniversary, the talks are proceeding in an atmosphere of increased, though still moderate, optimism. This will grow...
Talk about getting BUSted. A surveillance video from Bogota, Colombia shows a man try to steal a woman's cell phone, only to be hit by...
Former President Clinton visited Colombia last week, meeting with President Juan Manuel Santos and visiting Bogota, where Mayor Gustavo Petro showed him around the city in an electric taxi.
Love Is in the Air, Cartagena, Colombia © Luz Adriana Villa Summer is right around the corner, and that means it’s time to hit the road! The season’s travel plans can be hard to book, with overbooked flights, steep prices and crowded hotels. Join me, Mike Richard, travel expert and founder of Vagabondish, for my [...]
Mobile phone thief falls under bus as he tries to escape with loot in Colombia's capital city Video LAST UPDATED AT 16:06 ON Mon 20 May 2013 A COLOMBIAN thief had a miraculous escape following a botched robbery caught on video at a Bogota...Show More Summary
David Farley I had come to Colombia to write - or at least I had hoped. But on my third day, I was sitting in the bar of the Santa Clara Sofitel hotel sipping mojitos spiked with lulo juice, one of the many exotic fruits found here, and all I could write about in my notebook was that I had nothing to write about. Show More Summary
Tourists stuck as social unrest hits northwestern Colombia More than 30 Colombian and foreign tourists are stuck in the northwestern corner of Colombia after locals went on strike. According to a strike leader, the tourists are not being held against their will. Thirty-two tourists got stuck in the Uraba region after strikers shut down public [...]
Finding Value in Colombia´s Oil Industry
Look, I know Luis Gutierrez (the congressman from Illinois) has a similar name to Luis Pérez Gutiérrez (the mayor of Medellín, Colombia), but if the National Republican Campaign Committee wants to be serious about taking on congressional...Show More Summary
Magnitude M 5.0Region CARIBBEAN SEADate time 2013-05-16 16:29:21.0 UTCLocation 12.04 N ; 73.40 WDepth 60 kmDistances 76 km NW of Ríohacha, Colombia / pop: 92,431 / local time: 11:29:21.0 2013-05-16
Magnitude mb 4.7Region NEAR WEST COAST OF COLOMBIADate time 2013-05-16 13:28:56.0 UTCLocation 5.74 N ; 77.37 WDepth 2 kmDistances 11 km W of Nuquí / pop: 2,741 / local time: 08:28:00.0 2013-05-16
What Brazil (and the Obama administration) can learn from Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts to Increase Hotel Footprint by 50 Percent in Latin America in the Next Five Years The Company's CEO and Senior Executives Toured Brazil and Colombia in Pursuit of Development Opportunities STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. Show More Summary
Colombia's government warned on Tuesday of a plot by a criminal group to kill several high-profile journalists just weeks after the attempted assassination of an investigative reporter boosted concerns over threats to a free press in...Show More Summary
Rodrigo Nino, CEO of Prodigy Network, is moving urban funding into the hands of the public in Bogota, Colombia.
If you wanted an indication of just how much copyright has moved on from being a dry and boring topic of interest only to a few specialist lawyers to an exciting area full of surprising twists and turns worthy of a soap opera, you could...Show More Summary