Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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Thousands march in Bogota to demand end to protests, roadblocks

QCOLOMBIA (Reuters) Waving flags and dressed in white, thousands marched in Colombia's capital Bogota on Sunday to demand an end to protests and roadblocks,...

A perfect storm: What’s behind the Colombia protests?

QCOLOMBIA - Colombia has been roiled by nationwide, anti-government protests for more than two weeks, with the city of Cali emerging as the epicenter. The...

Colombia Protests Against President Duque Explained

QCOLOMBIA - Nineteen people have died and hundreds more have been injured in protests in Colombia against President Iván Duque Márquez's tax bill, aimed...

Colombia exceeds 400 covid deaths daily for the first time; tightens measures

QCOLOMBIA - Colombia registered, for the first time, 420 deaths associated with covid-19 on Monday, the highest figure reported in a single day since...

Bogotá, Medellín and Cali: the cities with the most violations of measures against covid-19

QCOLOMBIA - Since the mandatory isolation began in Colombia, 1,400,387 finess have been imposed throughout the country for failing to comply with the measures...

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...

El Dorado readies for closure; even looking for charters to remove foreigners

Bogotá's El Dorado International Airport (BOG) entered the countdown to comply with the presidential decree to close the Colombian skies for 30 days, with...

Colombia confirms first coronavirus death

Colombia’s health ministry late on Saturday confirmed Colombia’s first death attributed to the coronavirus, as the disease continues to spread worldwide. The victim was a...

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Colombia captures its most wanted drug lord ‘Otoniel’

QCOLOMBIA - Colombian authorities said on Saturday they captured Dairo Antonio Usuga, the country's biggest drug trafficker. Usuga, better known...
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Canceled euthanasia: Martha Sepúlveda was ready to die on Sunday

QCOLOMBIA - 51-year-old Martha Sepúlveda, diagnosed with ALS, had been slated to become the first person in Colombia without...

Venezuela and Colombia to reopen borders

QCOLOMBIA - Venezuela is to reopen its border with Colombia, Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez said in a state...

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‘Tool to Ensure Woman’s Submission’: Female Genital Mutilation Drama in Colombia

In the year 2018, female mutilation remains a pressing...