Colombian government calls for calm as farm protests reach Bogotá

Colombian government calls for calm as farm protests reach Bogotá

Thousands of Colombian farmers and state workers marched through Bogotá this days, banging pots and pans as they converged on the capital...

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Transitional justice and Colombia’s peace talks

Transitional justice and Colombia’s peace talks

To secure a lasting peace, talks between Colombia’s government and Farc rebels need to include a clear, credible and coherent plan for re...

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Is this the beginning of a fast food renaissance?

Is this the beginning of a fast food renaissance?

Is this the beginning of a fast food renaissance? After being in a trading range for three years, Wendy's (NASDAQ: WEN  ) finally...

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Colombia hosts next Unwto

Colombia hosts next Unwto

Colombia has been elected to host the next United Nations World Tourism Organization assembly. Colombia obtained 60 votes while Cambo...

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Colombia ready to talk with the Eln

Colombia ready to talk with the Eln

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos indicated talks would begin as soon as possible Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos says hi...

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Colombia's Cardenas supports extended cenbank Fx intervention

Colombia's Cardenas supports extended cenbank Fx intervention

Colombia's Finance Minister Mauricio Cardenas said on tuesday that under current economic conditions he would like to see the central...

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Un carbon trading office to open in Colombia

Un carbon trading office to open in Colombia

The Un has moved to extend the reach of its Clean Development Mechanism (Cdm) carbon trading scheme in Latin America by opening a collabo...

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Coal India Ltd. scouts for mines in Australia, Indonesia and Colombia

Coal India Ltd. scouts for mines in Australia, Indonesia and Colombia

In a relentless search for coal to bolster domestic supplies, Coal India Ltd is investigating sites in Australia.  State owned CIL is...

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To protect Amazon, Colombia enlarges nature reserve

To protect Amazon, Colombia enlarges nature reserve

Environment Minister Juan Gabriel Uribe said deforestation of the Colombian Amazon is a worrisome problem, mainly because of land being c...

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Mobile center helps Colombian homeless

Mobile center helps Colombian homeless

A mobile service center for Bogotá's homeless is providing free showers, clean clothes and food to some of the estimated 9,000 people...

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Looking to the Future : Colonial Shipwrecks of Colombia

Looking to the Future : Colonial Shipwrecks of Colombia

National Geographic Grantee and Texas State University Research Faculty Frederick “Fritz” Hanselmann and a top-notch team of archaeologis...

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The Gold Mines of Colombia

The Gold Mines of Colombia

Father Jose Reynal Restrepo is on edge.  Flustered and eyes flicking frenetically across the room, his shirt is unbuttoned and he swe...

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Colombia shuts out oil drillers from more rainforest land

Colombia shuts out oil drillers from more rainforest land

The Colombian government has announced that the country’s Chiribiquete National Park, off limits to oil and mineral exploitation, is to b...

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Team Colombia bringing its best climbers to U.S.A. pro challenge

Team Colombia bringing its best climbers to U.S.A. pro challenge

Butler dreaming of top ten for Champion System The busiest racing month of the calendar has been just as hectic for the Colombia prof...

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Jaguar Minerals raises $1.65M, completes acquisition of Colombia focused explorer

Jaguar Minerals raises $1.65M, completes acquisition of Colombia focused explorer

Jaguar Minerals (ASX: JAG) has successfully raise $1.65 million to fund exploration on its Colombian base and precious metal projects as ...

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More tourists warm to Colombia's diverse attractions

More tourists warm to Colombia's diverse attractions

Colombia has Canadians back on its tourism radar. The South American country welcomed almost a million and a half visitors per year f...

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Colombia grew less coca in 2.012

Colombia grew less coca in 2.012

Coca cultivation in Colombia, one of the world's largest producers along with Bolivia and Perú, fell by a quarter in 2.012, according...

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University of Alberta occupational therapy students in South America

University of Alberta occupational therapy students in South America

University of Alberta students adopting a global perspective A group of nine University of Alberta students learned some important le...

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Peace talks make some progress

Peace talks make some progress

The Colombian government and the country's main rebel group, the Farc, have hailed progress after the end of the 12th round of peace ...

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The Youth Orchestra of Colombia

The Youth Orchestra of Colombia

Representing the dreams of 250,000 children, and showcasing one of the finest fruits of Colombia's El Sistema based, youth orchestra ...

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