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Colombian air crash: Surviving Chapecoense player makes first steps since disaster

He could only communicate through gestures a week ago
Independent

Footballer who survived Colombian plane tragedy was reading Bible passage about being safe 'in the shadow of your wings' before crash it emerges as his book is found

footballer who survived colombian plane tragedy was reading bible passage about being safe 'in the shadow of your wings' before crash it emerges as his book is found
The Bible (inset right), of Chapecoense centre back Helio Neto (inset left), was found at the scene in Columbia (main), and the footballer told his wife on the morning on the tragedy he dreamt of the..
MailOnline

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News video: 'Blood and tears': Colombia's first lady talks of cost of peace

'Blood and tears': Colombia's first lady talks of cost of peace 01:09

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, who won the Nobel Peace prize for his commitment to sign a peace deal with the FARC rebel group, will bring a sculpture symbolizing peace by artist Ana Gonzalez..
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News video: Morning News 12-6-16

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News video: Fans cram into Brazil football stadium to mourn dead players

Fans cram into Brazil football stadium to mourn dead players 00:58

Fans of Brazil's Chapecoense football club whose team was wiped out in a Colombian air crash cram into the home stadium for tearful prayers around the empty pitch.
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News video: Latinos Try Eggnog For The First Time

Latinos Try Eggnog For The First Time 01:26

It's like arroz con leche...without the rice.
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News video: Colombian Hot Chocolate Taste Test

Colombian Hot Chocolate Taste Test

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Colombia: PTO Authorizes DO For Craftsmen And Grants Collective Marks - Moeller IP Advisors

The local trademark office authorized use of the Colombian official seal of Designation of Origin (DO) to 40 craftsmen from twelve regions of Colombia.
Mondaq

Colombia: SIC To Start PPH Program - Moeller IP Advisors

In January 2016, the Colombian Superintendent of Industry and Commerce, Pablo Felipe Robledo, and the President of the European Patent Office, Bennoît Battistelli, signed a MoU
Mondaq

Colombian FARC Rebels Take Mannequin Challenge

Worldcrunch.com / EL ESPECTADOR *BOGOTA* — Freeze! The Mannequin Challenge, the latest internet craze where groups of people make a video of themselves frozen in time, has an unlikely new..
Worldcrunch

Plane carrying Brazilian football team crashes in Colombia, 76 dead

An airplane carrying 81 people including members of a Brazilian football team has crashed in Colombia, killing 76 people and leaving only five survivors, the Colombian police said Tuesday.
CNTV

Colombia's President Santos: Nobel Peace Prize 'a gift from God'

In an exclusive interview, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos tells FRANCE 24 how winning the Nobel Peace Prize helped him to resurrect a deal to end decades of bloody war with the FARC guerrilla..
France 24

Colombia plane crash: Bolivia detains airline CEO Gustavo Vargas

On Tuesday, Bolivian authorities detained the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of LaMia, the airline which owned the plane that crashed on November 29 in Colombia, killing nearly all of Brazil's..
DNA

One of the kings of the '90s dot-com bubble now faces 20 years in prison

one of the kings of the '90s dot-com bubble now faces 20 years in prison
Sixteen years ago, the tech bubble crashed. The NASDAQ fell from a high of 5,132 in March 2000 to just 1,470 a few months later, as giddy investors suddenly sobered up after figuring out that web..
Business Insider

US officials return 23 Taino artifacts to Dominican gov't

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) " U.S. officials have returned 23 smuggled pre-Colombian artifacts seized by authorities to the Dominican Republic.The smuggled items include a hatchet, a chisel..
New Zealand Herald

Cartagena Gains Direct European Air Service With ASM

MANCHESTER, England, December 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The route development consultancy Airport Strategy and Marketing (ASM) has worked with the Colombian city of Cartagena to secure its only dire...
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