BOGOTA (Reuters) - The Organization of American States (OAS) will not hold a meeting to discuss a crisis on the Colombia-Venezuela border, after Colombia failed to garner enough votes in favor of its proposal, the Colombian government said on Monday.
World-class talent, the adoration of one of the biggest fanbases on earth, good looks and a knack for sublime goals: Where did it all go wrong for James Rodriguez? The Colombian is among those who feature in our latest weekend golazo...Show More Summary
Jackson Martinez scored his first goal for Atletico Madrid tonight, and what a goal it was. The Colombian, who signed for Atletico from Porto this summer, scored the third in the Rojiblancos’ 3-0 win at Sevilla. After playing a neatShow More Summary
One of the encouraging things about “Narcos” is that it emphasizes how much the war against Escobar is a Colombian war, not a case of true-hearted gringos sweeping in.
The new Netflix drug war drama Narcos features a particularly grim scene in which a young, pregnant "coke mule" dies in a Miami emergency room having accidentally ingested 12 grams of cocaine. At the behest of a hipster Colombian drug...Show More Summary
James Rodriguez had an incredible evening for Real Madrid on Saturday night. Los Blancos kickstarted their season into high gear against Real Betis, as Madrid thumped their opponents 5-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu. Colombian star James...Show More Summary
Long-drawn-out conflict between government and leftist rebels leave country with task that will take decades to finish.
By Jim Dower: 37-year-old former two division world champion Zab Judah (42-9, 29 KOs) will be returning from a two year absence from the ring to face 31-year-old Colombian journeyman Hevinson Herrera (18-11-1, [...] More boxing news on BoxingNews24.com
Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez scored twice Saturday against Real Betis in a 4-0 rout, and the 24-year-old Colombian belted a (...)
Pablo Escobar, the ruthless Colombian drug lord who at one time was the seventh-richest man in the world, now has a Netflix series. Narcos chronicles the life of Pablo Escobar as seen from the perspective of US Drug Enforcement Administration agent Steve Murphy. Show More Summary
James Rodriguez is on absolute fire this evening at the Bernabeu. After scoring a stunning free-kick for Real Madrid against Real Betis in the first half, the Colombian followed it up with a stunning overhead kick for 4-0. Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema were the other scorers for Real Madrid against Betis. Show More Summary
Just when we thought we had seen James Rodriguez do it all... The Colombian superstar doubled Real Madrid's lead against Real Betis with a perfectly taken free-kick for the hosts. From a tough angle right at the edge of the box, James placed a hard-hit shot just inside the post. What a hit, indeed. [Twitter] Read more World Football news on BleacherReport.com
Colombian James Rodriguez was terrific in the first half for Real Madrid against Real Betis at the Bernabeu on Saturday night. Its simply incredible to think that Rodriguez started on the bench during the 0-0 draw at Sporting Gijon last Sunday. Show More Summary
In the last 2 days traders have bought Colombian Pesos with both hands and feet, sending the currency soaring almost 5% higher. This is the biggest 2-day gain since 2010... It appears Bill Gross' debacle is over... Charts: Bloomberg
Literally translated as "beef tenderloin in a towel," lomo al trapo is made by wrapping a big chunk of beef tenderloin in a thick crust of salt swaddled in a towel, tying it up, and throwing it directly on a fire until it's cooked. It's...Show More Summary
Unbeaten in 29 competitions since London 2012, the Colombian has had a fair share of hiccups en route success.
Colombia and Venezuela have withdrawn their respective ambassadors over an impasse caused by border tensions, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez have confirmed.
Relations between Latin American neighbours deteriorate a day after Venezuela deports Colombian residents.
With more than 1,000 people deported by order of President Nicolás Maduro, others are leaving voluntarily rather than face an uncertain future.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has recalled the country's ambassador to Venezuela after the Socialist country closed two border crossings and deported over a thousand Colombians.