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Bogota: Clashes over police brutality continue in Colombia
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US Secretary of State urges Venezuelan president to leave office
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Colombia protests: Bogota mayor calls for reconciliation
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Colombia police brutality: Protests rage for third day in Bogota
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Police killing sparks riots across Colombia that leave seven dead
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Colombia eases restrictions, but a happy public ignores rules
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DJ Erick Morillo Known For 'I Like To Move It' Has Died At 49
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Colombia lifts restrictions as COVID-19 cases stabilise
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Colombian priest holds mass in drive-in Cinema
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Colombia: 17 youth dead in attacks by armed groups in 24 hours
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Colombia tribunal: Former rebels testify to recruiting minors
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Colombia economic slump: Fears 20 years of gains could be erased
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Colombia’s ex-president Alvaro Uribe tests positive for COVID-19
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Colombia top court places ex-President Uribe under house arrest
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Seven dead in police brutality protests in ColombiaSeven people were killed in Colombian capital Bogota and satellite city Soacha overnight in protests against police brutality, sparked by a widely-shared video of a man being repeatedly shocked with a..
Deadly clashes in Colombia after tasered man diesVideo showed Javier Ordóñez being pinned to the ground by police after allegedly breaching social distancing rules.
Colombia protests: Death of man tasered by police sparks deadly clashesJavier Ordóñez died after being tasered by police officers while he was pleading for them to stop.
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Colombia arrests 3 Venezuelans tied to anti-Maduro plotMIAMI (AP) — Police in Colombia have arrested three Venezuelans who were part of a failed plot organized by a former U.S. Green Beret to sneak across the border and oust President Nicolás Maduro,..
Real Madrid forward Rodriguez close to joining EvertonEverton are hopeful of completing an ambitious deal worth more than £20m for Real Madrid and Colombia forward James Rodriguez by the end of the week.
US cables: Colombia’s ex-president suspected of militia tiesBOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — A high-level U.S. Department of Defense official strongly suspected that Colombia’s then-President Álvaro Uribe – now under house arrest – had a history of dealings..
Colombia ex-leader Uribe's detention splits generationsLoyal supporters defend Álvaro Uribe to the hilt but younger Colombians want a fresh start.
Colombia sees seven massacres in two weeks as wave of violence grips countryA wave of massacres in which dozens of people have been killed across Colombia has prompted fears that the South American nation remains unable to turn the page on its decades-long civil war. In the..
Maduro: Venezuela buying Iranian missiles 'a good idea'Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Saturday said it would be a "good idea" to look into buying missiles from Iran, a day after Colombia said Venezuela was considering such a plan amid growing..
Colombia violence: Reward offered after eight killed at partyGunmen shot dead the youths at a party in Nariño province, an area where drug gangs are active.
Colombian electoral commission launches probe of Duque campaignBOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's national electoral commission said on Tuesday it has launched a preliminary investigation into President Ivan Duque, his Democratic Center party and officials from his..
Venezuela: Former American soldiers jailed over failed coupLuke Denman and Airan Berry were arrested in May while entering Venezuela by sea from Colombia.
Former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe tests positive for Covid-19 after house arrest orderBogota (CNN)Former Colombian President, Álvaro Uribe has tested positive for coronavirus, just one day after the country's Supreme Court issued a house arrest order for him. "President Álvaro Uribe..
Former Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe placed under house arrest over witness tamperingOne of Colombia's most controversial political leaders faces charges of fraud and bribery. Alvaro Uribe also stands accused of being a founding member of a paramilitary group and could face up to eight..
PH world’s second deadliest country for environmental defendersThe Philippines, next to Colombia, rose as the world’s deadliest country for land and environment defenders and things are about to get worse amid the persistence of COVID-19 pandemic. This was..
Philippines: deadliest country in Asia for land defendersThe Philippines was the deadliest country in Asia for land and environmental defenders again last year while slipping to second most dangerous in the world behind Colombia, a watchdog said Wednesday. A..
Record 212 environmental activists murdered in 2019: NGOShares At least 212 environmental campaigners worldwide were murdered in 2019, making last year the deadliest on record for frontline activists battling the destruction of Nature, watchdog group Global..
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Italian police find cocaine hidden inside coffee beansThe package from Colombia was intercepted by Italian police at Milan Malpensa Airport.
How a Colombian market is using AI to combat Covid-19 outbreaksMarkets have been virus hotspots in Colombia, so one of them is trying a new way to curb the spread.
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The anonymous letters providing solace during the pandemicHow libraries in Colombia came up with a way of providing comfort to readers during the lockdown.
Colombia coronavirus lockdown extended until Aug. 1Shares Colombia's national lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus will be extended by just over two weeks until Aug. 1, President Ivan Duque said on Tuesday. The Andean country has reported more..
Colombia fuel tanker inferno kills seven and injures dozensThe accident happened as people tried to siphon fuel from the overturned lorry on the north coast.
Frog found in supermarket banana delivery transported from Colombia to WalesAn exotic tree frog was discovered in a bunch of bananas delivered to a supermarket following a 5,000 mile journey from Colombia to south Wales. On Monday 29 June, staff at Asda on...
Exotic frog found among bananas at Llanelli supermarketIt is thought "Asda" the frog arrived from Colombia, the UK's biggest supplier of bananas.
Quintana to rest after being hit by car in ColombiaFormer Giro d'Italia winner Nairo Quintana is to rest for two weeks with a swollen knee after being hit by a car on Friday.
Coronavirus: Colombian mayor shops son to police for breaking lockdownThe town mayor in Colombia said he had to set an example after his son attended a party.
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Colombian army frees two foreigners held by FARC dissidentsColombian soldiers have freed two foreign nationals who were being held hostage by FARC rebel dissidents in the country's southwestern Cauca province, the government said on Thursday.
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Colombia's beleaguered president gets approval bump during pandemicThe coronavirus pandemic has battered the popularity of governments and leaders around the world, yet Colombia's Ivan Duque has actually received an unexpected boost in public opinion.
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Colombia guerrilla group the ELN releases six prisonersColombia's biggest active guerrilla group, the National Liberation Army (ELN), released six hostages on Sunday in the north east of the country, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)..
As quarantine wanes, Bogota's medics brace for a spike in COVID casesA COVID patient lies shirtless on a gurney in a chill corridor of a hospital in Colombia's capital Bogota, oxygen tubes coiled on his chest. It takes five staff - in scrubs, masks and face shields - to..
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