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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 by his alias "Otoniel," is...

Colombia down the tubes: At least 43 protesters killed, Palace of Justice burned

QCOLOMBIA - The Palace of Justice in Tulua, Colombia was set on fire this week amid protests and a general strike over poverty, police...

Roadblocks and protests disrupt Cali, Colombia

CALI, Colombia (AP) — The sugar mills that employ tens of thousands of people have ground to a halt. Broken stoplights dangle uselessly over...

Poverty and hunger in Colombia: symptoms of the virus and the social crisis

QCOLOMBIA (Semana) Luis Plata is only 30 years old, but on his back he carries an infinite worry that overwhelms him. What began as...

Why Colombian protesters are taking to the streets

QCOLOMBIA - For the past two weeks, mass protests that started on April 28, have rocked Colombia, leaving at least 42 people dead and hundreds...

The Colombian flag upside down in social networks: what does it mean?

QCOLOMBIA - In recent days, the image of the Colombian flag upside down has been repeatedly shared on social networks such as Instagram. Although...

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: Riots leave at least 19 dead and more 800 injured in five days

QCOLOMBIA - The violence registered in different cities across Colombia during the last five days of massive protests against the controversial tax reform, has...

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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...