The USA and Colombia will contest the 2016 Copa America's third-place play-off on Saturday after falling to Argentina and Chile, respectively, in the semi-finals. Jurgen Klinsmann 's side will be hoping to recoup some pride after their...Show More Summary
The 2016 Copa America will come to a stormy close this weekend as Argentina and Chile prepare for a rematch of last year's final on Sunday. But before that, Colombia and the United States will duel for third place. The host nation are...Show More Summary
Coffee-growers in Colombia are bracing for heavy La Nina rains which could hurt the country's harvest. ||| Bogota - Colombian coffee growers still dealing with the consequences of the El Nino drought are now bracing for heavy La Nina rains which could hurt the country's harvest even more, the head of the coffee federation said on Tuesday. Show More Summary
When talking South America travel, I hear raves about Colombia, often as the South America favorite. Colombia has varied historical and cultural destinations, burgeoning food… The post The Colombia Farc Ceasefire Marks a Spectacular Turnaround appeared first on Rapid Travel Chai.
United States Men's National Team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann announced Friday that Tim Howard will start in goal Saturday when the Stars and Stripes square off against Colombia in the Copa America Centenario third-place game, according...Show More Summary
For this article in the international artist series, we turn to Colombia, featuring seven artists who create fantastic work, from illustration to graphic design and more! I asked each artist how their country and culture inspired their work, and they delivered fantastic answers. Show More Summary
Manchester United have reportedly been given the all clear to sign Real Madrid's James Rodriguez this summer, according to David McDonnell of the Daily Mirror. The report also stated how the Colombia star could cost the Red Devils as much as £50 million. Show More Summary
A monumental peace agreement was signed in Havana, Cuba yesterday between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia...
By PETER R. PIZANO and GABRIEL M. VELEZ Today, Colombians have much to celebrate. As President Juan Manuel Santos signs a cease-fire with its oldest guerrilla group, the country is overrun by soccer fever. Our national team lost recently in the semifinals of the Copa America. Show More Summary
Authorities in Colombia have launched a crackdown on ride-hailing service Uber, seizing more than 1,200 vehicles using the service in recent days. Colombian officials "have been carrying out a crash plan to control the streets and what...Show More Summary
After producing a dismal performance in the semifinal round of the Copa America Centenario on Tuesday, the United States men's national team are set to partake in the third-place match of the competition against Colombia on Saturday. In...Show More Summary
On Thursday, Colombia's government and the FARC group signed a ceasefire deal thus putting an end to more than 50 years of hostilities.
The BBC reports that the Colombian government and the Farc rebels have signed a historic ceasefire and rebel disarmament deal. It is hoped that the agreement will end more than five decades of conflict. The Farc insurgency is the longest-running in the Western Hemisphere. Show More Summary
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said that the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) would stop its existence as an armed group following a historic deal between Bogota and FARC.
President Juan Manuel Santos and the head of the country’s leftist FARC rebels agreed a deal on Thursday.
It has been hard to determine how the U.S. Soccer Federation is using the Copa America Centenario to grade its men’s team’s progress leading up to the 2018 World Cup. Depending on who you ask and when, the measuring stick was reaching the semifinals, or simply playing the games, or the even more ambiguous total body of work. Show More Summary
HAVANA/BOGOTA, June 23 (Reuters) - Colombia 's government and leftist FARC rebels signed a historic ceasefire deal on Thursday, bringing them tantalizingly close to ending Latin America's last major insurgency and sparking scatteredShow More Summary
The Colombian government and rebel group Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) agreed to a definitive cease-fire Thursday, taking an important step in ending half a century of conflict even as daunting implementation issues remain unresolved. Before several heads of state in Havana, President...
Latin America's longest-running guerrilla war has claimed 220,000 lives and displaced millions from their homes over the last 52 years
Rebels agree to lay down arms after more than 50 years of conflict that left 220,000 people dead and displaced millions.