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Colombia Prepares to Welcome the Americas to Cartagena for Next Week’s OAS Summit

The upcoming Sixth Summit of the Americas will be held in the resort city of Cartagena, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, from April 14th...

Colombia Insists on Ignoring Existence of Political Prisoners

The Colombian government insisted on ignoring the existence of political or war prisoners in the country, and still refuses that the imprisoned insurgents be...

Colombia’s Consumer Prices Rose 0.12% in March From February

Colombian consumer prices rose 0.12 percent in March, the national statistics agency said. Annual inflation was 3.40 percent, according to the report posted on the...

America Movil Asks Colombia to Stop Targeting Prices

America Movil SAB, the wireless carrier controlled by billionaire Carlos Slim, asked Colombia’s government to stop singling it out for price controls and regulations...

Colombia’s Foreign Debt Rose In December From Year Earlier

BOGOTA (Dow Jones)--Colombia's foreign debt, as a percentage of gross economic output, climbed in December from the same month in 2010, driven by a...

Telefonica Merges Colombian Phone Assets to Reduce Debt

Telefonica SA (TEF), the Spanish phone company that’s merging its Colombian assets to help cut $1.7 billion in debt, will have to find buyers...

Colombia not doing enough to help child soldiers: NGOs

Measures taken by the Colombian government to prevent armed groups using child soldiers are "inadequate," a coalition of NGOs said in a report Tuesday. A...

Colombian artist Botero returns home with a gift

(AFP) MEDELLIN, Colombia — Famed Colombian artist Fernando Botero donated his sculpture "The Cat" to his hometown of Medellin Monday as the city prepares to...

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