By Terry Wade HOUSTON (Reuters) - Wildfires in Canada. Pipeline sabotage in Colombia. Instability in Venezuela. U.S. frackers at a standstill. Drops in oil output are happening so fast that it looks as if the Americas alone could resolve global oversupply. Show More Summary
Some 2,150 miles southeast of Hawaii, in what NBC News describes as a "desolate stretch of the Pacific Ocean" was a man, floating toward his death—or rescue, as it turns out. A China-bound cargo ship spotted the 29-year-old Colombian's 23-foot powerless skiff on April 26; he was taken...
Argentina’s Lionel Messi, Uruguay’s Luis Suarez, Colombia's James Rodriguez and Mexico’s Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez are among the players named to their countries' provisional rosters for next month’s Copa America Centenario soccer tournament. The 100th anniversary edition of the Copa America,...
Every day, we bring you the most beautiful travel photo posted to Instagram. Today's picture comes from Bernardo Salce (regrammed by South America). The photographer unwinds on a hammock in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta mountain range of northern Colombia. Teleport me here and wake me up never. Show More Summary
The US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctioned Colombian kingpin Jose Bayron Piedrahita Ceballos and seven other Colombian nationals from Argentina, Colombia, Guatemala and Panama for their alleged ties to Piedrahita Ceballos.
Thirty three lions rescued from Peru and Colombia have found a new home after being airlifted to the Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary in South Africa
How did a Colombian, French-influenced, gypsy jazz band by the name of Monsieur Periné become one of the most exciting emerging artists in Latin music? At one point, even people in Colombia didn't think they were from there. Lead singer Catalina García was born and raised in Cali, Colombia on...
Until today they lived a cruel, caged existence in Peru or Colombia, often starved, beaten and abused
The 33 abused animals were rescued from circuses in Colombia and Peru, then airlifted over the weekend to South Africa
Colombia has deported Gerson Galvez, an alleged drug lord and Peru’s most wanted man, to his home country, media reported.
Lions were freed and brought to a sanctuary after the use of wild animals in circuses was outlawed in Peru and Colombia
Pablo Escobar is revered as the most powerful drug lord to ever exist. Born in a poor family in Rionegro, Colombia, his father was a peasant farmer while his mother worked as an elementary school teacher. However, a young, ambitious Escobar is said to have begun his criminal career selling stolen gravestones, which he sanded... Show More Summary
Gay marriage is finally official in Colombia, two Italian women just adopted each other's kids, the Dems are fighting for the Equality Act and Sioux Falls is stepping up, and everyone (still) hates North Carolina's HB2. The post Lily Tomlin and Viola Davis Rip North Carolina’s Anti-Trans Laws This Sunday Funday appeared first on Autostraddle.
Thirty-three lions rescued from circuses in Peru and Colombia are heading back to their homeland to live out the rest of their lives in a private sanctuary in South Africa. The largest-ever airlift of lions will take place Friday and was organized and paid for by Animal Defenders International....
More than 30 lions rescued from Colombian and Peruvian circuses have been taken to a sanctuary in South Africa, the Animal Defenders International (ADI) group, which carried out the action, said.
Categories: Quickies COLOMBIA “Colombia’s top court has legalised same-sex marriage, making the country the fourth in Latin America to do so.” MALAWI “Malawi’s estimated 10,000 albinos face “extinction” if they continue to... (Read more...)
An oil pipeline in Colombia’s Arauca Department bordering Venezuela has come under attack, resulting in river contamination, local media report.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian state-run oil company Ecopetrol has halted pumping on the country's No. 2 oil pipeline after a rebel bombing that sent crude spilling into a nearby river, a source at the company told Reuters on Friday.
Colombia becomes the fourth nation in Latin America to legalize same-sex marriage.
We'd better check to make sure the Guggenheim is still in New York City Victor Enrich took the Guggenheim and digitally placed it in Bogotá, Colombia, in order to, as design boom puts it, "draw attention to the dichotomy between theShow More Summary