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Caleb Plant Drops & Defeats Juan De Angel

59 minutes agoSports / Boxing : BoxingNews24

Undefeated Caleb "Sweet Hands" Plant (14-0, 10 KOs) dropped and dominated Colombia's Juan De Angel (18-5-1, 17 KOs) on his way to a unanimous decision victory Tuesday night in the main event of Premier [...] The post Caleb Plant Drops & Defeats Juan De Angel appeared first on Boxing News 24.

Colombia, FARC will announce peace deal on Wednesday: government sources

BOGOTA/HAVANA (Reuters) - Colombia's government and Marxist FARC rebels will announce on Wednesday that they have reached a final peace agreement, three officials connected with the government negotiating team said.

UFC on FOX 21 fight card: Paige VanZant vs Bec Rawlings full fight preview

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Strawweight scrappers Paige VanZant and Bec Rawlings will brawl this Saturday (Aug. 27, 2016) at UFC on FOX 21 inside Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada. In a match up of prospect...Show More Summary

Colombia woman killed in N.C. by drunk driver with history of DWI

14 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

A 79-year-old mother of eight from Colombia was killed in Charlotte by a drunk driver with a history of DWI convictions.

UFC on FOX 21 fight card: Jim Miller vs Joe Lauzon 2 full fight preview

Jim Miller and Joe Lauzon will face off this Saturday (Aug. 27, 2016) at UFC on FOX 21 inside Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada. In a rematch of aggressive veterans, what adjustments must be made for either man to claim...Show More Summary

Tite names uncapped quintet in first Brazil squad

yesterdaySports / Football : EPL Talk

Rio de Janeiro (AFP) – New Brazil head coach Tite on Monday named five uncapped players in his first 23-man squad for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Colombia in September. With several Europe-based players deemed not...Show More Summary

Ceasefire Brings Hope to Colombian Journalists

Colombia’s constitutional court is moving ahead with a national referendum on a peace deal with FARC rebels, one month after the two sides signed a landmark ceasefire agreement in Havana. The country hopes the ceasefire will end half...Show More Summary

Colombia puts out banknote featuring writer Garcia Marquez

3 days agoArts : Artdaily

Colombia started circulating a new 50,000-peso banknote on Friday bearing the likeness of late Nobel-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The light purple piece of money, worth the equivalent of $17.40, "pays honor to a person whoShow More Summary

Why Colombia faces a much stiffer Referendum test than Northern Ireland in 1998…

3 days agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

The Constitutional Court of Colombia has given President Santos four months to complete his four years of Havana Talks with the FARC and put the deal to the people in a referendum. Remind you of Senator George Mitchell in 1998, musing: ‘I’m fed up with these Stormont Castle Buildings, I’m having a child soon, I’m more...

Chile, Colombia Brace For Pricey Copa America Semifinals Tilt

3 days agoSports / Football : Big Soccer

Colombia and Chile will square off in the second Semifinals matchup of Copa America on Wednesday, June 22, at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. Colombia, the second-place finisher in Group A, went 2-1 in the Group Stage, and won against Peru on penalty kicks in the knockout stage. Show More Summary

The Epic Downfall of Medellin’s Top Pimp

4 days agoNews : The Daily Beast

Prostitution is legal in Pablo Escobars old hometown, but pimping is notand according to police Colombia Jake was pimping little girls.

Rio Olympics 2016: Colombia's Mariana Pajon & USA's Connor Fields take BMX golds

Colombia's Mariana Pajon retains her Olympic BMX title, with USA's Connor Fields winning gold in the men's event.

Rio Olympics 2016: Mariana Pajon and Connor Fields win BMX gold medals

Colombia's Mariana Pajon successfully defends her Olympic title by winning the women's BMX as the USA's Connor Fields takes men's gold.

Daily Headlines: August 19, 2016

Bolivia: The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization believes Bolivia is safe from food shortages despite going through one of its worst droughts in decades. Colombia: Polls show most Colombians would back voting in a plebiscite for a planed peace deal with the FARC though support varies from a little more than half to as high as 67%. Show More Summary

The Colombian peace agreement has a big emphasis on the lives of women. Here’s how.

In 2014, the government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) announced a new sub-commission on gender in the peace process, tasked with ensuring that the agreements had an “adequate gender focus.” In July, the sub-commission presented the results of its work to the assembled peace delegations in Havana, as well as to […]

Santa Fe vs. River Plate: Score, Reaction from 2016 Recopa Sudamericana Leg 1

In the quest to find the elite soccer club in South America, River Plate and Santa Fe battled to a 0-0 draw during Thursday night's first leg of the Recopa Sudamericana at El Campin in Bogota, Colombia, home of Santa Fe. The Colombians...Show More Summary

Juan Cuadrado Is a Valuable Commodity, and Chelsea Should Cash in While They Can

There isn't a player who divides opinion at Chelsea quite like Juan Cuadrado. On one side of the debate are those supporters enamoured by his exploits with Colombia and his time spent in Serie A with Fiorentina and on loan at Juventus last term. Show More Summary

Santa Fe vs. River Plate: 2016 Recopa Sudamericana Leg 1 Preview and More

The first leg of the 2016 Recopa Sudamericana takes place on Friday as Colombian side Santa Fe host Argentinian giant River Plate at El Campin in Bogota, Colombia. River are the current champions of the Copa Libertadores, and Santa Fe...Show More Summary

Global central banks dump U.S. debt at record pace

In the first six months of this year, foreign central banks sold a net $192 billion of U.S. Treasury bonds, more than double the pace in the same period last year, when they sold $83 billion.China, Japan, France, Brazil and Colombia led the pack of countries dumping U.S. Show More Summary

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