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Town In Colombia Aims To Ban Catcalling With New Law

Worldcrunch Wednesday, 30 November 2016
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A town in southwestern Colombia is trying to clamp down on catcalling — “piropos” (compliments) as they’re known locally — that is all too common in a country long plagued by machismo.

In a rare public move against sexist behavior, the mayor’s...
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News video: Colombians divided on new FARC peace deal

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Opinions are divided on Colombia's scheduled signing of a new peace deal between the government and FARC, the anti-government armed group. President Juan Manuel Santos says the event will go ahead to secure peace.

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