Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Colombia’s Growing Massacre Problem Fueled By Rebels vs Narco-Mafias

(Insight Crime)The central Colombian department of Antioquia has been the scene of four massacres over the first two months of 2021, as the Urabeños...

Colombia’s defense minister’s remarks cause uproar

Q COLOMBIA - Controversial comments by Colombia’s new Defense Minister Diego Molano is causing an uproar following an aerial raid on a criminal’s hideout...

Illegally imported vaccines seized at Bogata’s El Dorado International Airport

InSightcrime.org - As Latin American countries struggle to ramp up COVID-19 vaccination, crimes related to the illegal purchase of vaccines, including the sale of...

Easyfly Restarts Medellín – Cartagena Flights

Easyfly is relaunching its Medellín – Cartagena route beginning today, March 9, with four weekly flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. One differentiating factor...

More than 11,000 displaced by Colombia violence this year: ombudsman

BOGOTA (Reuters) - More than 11,000 people have been displaced from their homes by fighting between Colombian armed groups so far in 2021 -...

Alert in Colombia due to the start of the first rainy season

Q COLOMBIA - In less than two weeks, Colombia enters its first rainy season of the year, which will very possibly have an increase...

We do not move even half the passengers we would have on a normal day: Transmilenio manager

QCOLOMBIA - The public transport system in Colombia has been one of the worst-hit sectors since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, as quarantines...

Pope thanks Colombia for efforts to protect migrants

Q REDAQTED (Vatican News) - “I always look with gratitude at the efforts of those who work for migrants,” Pope Francis said on Sunday...

At least 12 dead after boats sink on Colombia’s Pacific coast

BOGOTA (Reuters) - At least 12 people have died, including seven children, after two vessels sank close to a port on Colombia’s Pacific coast,...

Colombian authorities dismantle illegal mine funding powerful drug cartel

MINING.COMAn illegal mining operation that funded a faction of the Clan del Golfo was dismantled over the weekend in a joint action led by...

Police catch “Las Eroticas” for extorting 247 men

QCOLOMBIA - A group of Colombian women known as "Las Eroticas" were arrested shortly after police discovered that they extorted money from more than...

Medellin: Dog steals food from the supermarket and even disinfects its paws when leaving

QCOLOMBIA - A security camera at a D1 supermarket in Medellin, Colombia, captured the moment when a stray dog entered the supermarket and grabs...

Former Colombia’s President Uribe placed under house arrest over witness tampering

(QCOLOMBIA) Colombia's highest court last week ordered that former President Alvaro Uribe be placed under house arrest while it advances a witness tampering probe...

Controversy in Colombia over the arrival of the US military

The arrival of US troops in Colombia has always caused controversy in the country and this time is no exception. According to the newspaper...

The Challenging New Path For Tourism In Medellín & Antioquia

Finance Colombia - Of all the economic sectors in Antioquia & Medellin, tourism is the most affected, including its entire value chain including lodging,...

Colombia Tightens COVID-19 Restrictions at Border with Brazil

Colombia launched new measures Thursday night aimed at stopping a rise in coronavirus infections near the border with Brazil. President Iván Duque said residents in...

Colombia’s Curfew & Travel Lockdown Extended to May 25

Colombia’s travel ban & national stay-in-place order is extended at least until May 25 to continue combating the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic.   However,...

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