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Robinho recalled to Brazil squad, will win 100th cap v Colombia

  Robinho, remember him? Robinho’s career hasn’t exactly gone as expected. When the kid from Sao Paulo first burst on the scene, he was hyped up as the next big thing, and given that he came through the ranks at Pele’s club Santos, comparisons with O Rei were inevitable. But despite shining for Santos as […]

Robinho in Brazil squad for Chape fundraiser versus Colombia

Veteran forward Robinho has been called back into Brazil's national team for Wednesday's friendly against Colombia _ a match that will raise funds for the families of the victims of the Chapecoense team air crash        

Dortmund’s Ramos set to join China’s Chongqing

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Berlin (AFP) – Borussia Dortmund’s Colombia striker Adrian Ramos is set to quit the Bundesliga to join Chinese Super League club Chongqing Dangdai Lifan, the German team said. Sixth-placed Dortmund, who face Benfica in the last 16 of the Champions League next month, are at Werder Bremen on Saturday when the Bundesliga resumes after the winter break. Show More Summary

Odebrecht Tries Again to Shed Colombia River Stake

Brazilian construction conglomerate Odebrecht is looking to dispose of its entire stake in Colombia's Magdalena River navigability project, as the company battles corruption allegations across Latin America, an official told Reuters. Odebrecht…

Colombia, ELN rebels agree to peace talks: president

The Colombian government and the country's last active rebel group, the ELN, have reached a new agreement to launch formal peace talks, President Juan Manuel Santos said Wednesday. "I can tell you we have come to an agreement" on launching...Show More Summary

The Power of Cocoa: Preserving Peace - And An Indigenous Tribe - in Colombia

Ibeth Villafaña, left, catches raindrops with a cousin after a rainstorm under an eave near her home in Colombia. Photo by Sara A. Fajardo for Lutheran World Relief. Now that an agreement has been reached between the Colombian government...Show More Summary

Trip Planning and Award Booking for South America: Bogota, Buenos Aires & Iguazu Falls

Good morning and buenos dias amigos! Tomorrow morning, I will be heading to South America for a week. First stop is Bogota, Colombia, then down to Buenos Aires, Argentina, and then onto Iguazu Falls (on the border of Argentina and Brazil). Show More Summary

Powerful Reminders Of The Past And A Message To The Future At The de Young's Danny Lyon Exhibition

From abandoned street children in Colombia to the Occupy movement in New York, Los Angeles, and Oakland, Danny Lyon: Message to the Future highlights the photographer’s concern with the welfare of individuals considered by many to be on the margins of society. Show More Summary

New Report Details Systematic Labor Rights Violations in Colombia

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Labor released a report in response to the complaint filed by U.S. and Colombian unions detailing systematic labor rights violations in Colombia. The U.S. government acknowledged many of the seriousShow More Summary

Colombia rebels could begin disarming in coming weeks: UN envoy

After some delays, Colombia's FARC rebels could begin disarming in the coming weeks and the laying down of weapons under the historic peace deal could be completed by early June, a UN envoy said Wednesday. Some 5,700 fighters from the...Show More Summary

Colombia seized record 378 tonnes of cocaine in 2016, murders down

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's armed forces seized a record 378.3 tonnes of cocaine in 2016, nearly 50 percent more than the year before, while murder were down by 4 percent, Defense Minister Luis Carlos Villegas said on Wednesday.

Colombian press claim James Rodriguez rejected Chelsea bid after Cristiano Ronaldo’s advice

James Rodriguez rejected Chelsea bid South American publisher Confidential Colombia have an “exclusive” story on their website on Wednesday on how James Rodriguez rejected a bid to join Chelsea. James recently confirmed that he’s staying...Show More Summary

New Colombian plant discovered by Kew scientist honors Colombian president

A new plant species from Northeastern Colombia has been named Espeletia praesidentis, in honour of efforts made by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos to build peace in his country after over five decades of conflict. The plant, from...Show More Summary

Real Madrid Transfer News: James Rodriguez Reportedly Receives 3 China Offers

Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez has reportedly been the subject of three bids from Chinese Super League clubs. The Colombia star is said to have three offers on the table "worth a fortune," from Hebei China Fortune, GuangzhouShow More Summary

Andrea Rosen Gallery opens first solo exhibition in the U.S. of artist Miguel Ángel Cárdenas

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Andrea Rosen Gallery presents the first solo exhibition in the United States of Colombian-Dutch artist Miguel Ángel Cárdenas (1934-2015). Born in Colombia, Cárdenas moved to Amsterdam in 1962, where he adopted the name Michel Cardena. Show More Summary

115 journalists killed in 2016 - simply for doing their jobs

Report by International News Safety Institute names Colombia, Mexico, Afghanistan, Iraq and Russia as top five most dangerous countries for journalists A total of 115 journalists died in 2016 simply for doing their jobs, according to the annual report compiled by the International News Safety Institute (INSI), Killing the Messenger. Show More Summary

How Did Pablo Escobar Die? The Mystery Behind His Death

Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria is arguably the most celebrated drug lord in his home country, Colombia. Born in December 1949, he was among the most feared drug lords of his time. According to his chief assassin, John Jairo Velásquez, Pablo Escobar was responsible for the deaths of about 3,000 people. Show More Summary

Colombia to resume peace talks with ELN

Peace talks between Colombia and the ELN rebels will resume next week after the group asked to postpone them in November, the government said Sunday. Negotiations with the leftist National Liberation Army (ELN) have stalled even as the government begins implementing a peace deal with the larger Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). Show More Summary

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