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  1. Venezuela to issue larger bill as currency continues to meltRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Venezuela said it will issue higher-denominated bills as triple-digit inflation and a currency meltdown leave the country's largest note worth just around 2 U.S. cents on the black market. The central bank said in a statement Saturday that six new bills ranging from 500 to 20,000 Bolivars will begin circulating on Dec. 15. Currently the largest-denominated bill is 100 bolivars, while... BOGOTA, Colombia - -- Venezuela said it will issue higher-denominated bills as triple-digit inflation and a currency meltdown leave the country's largest note worth just around 2 U.S. cents on the black market.

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  2. Telescopic Walls Could Rise On Demand To Stop Flood WatersRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | ECNmag

    Jorge Cueto was running a successful consulting and construction company in Bogota, Colombia, and teaching civil engineering in a university five years ago, but he felt the need to do more. He wanted something new.

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  3. Dr. Alvaro Ord ez and Mr. Redondo Forced Disappearances:Transitional...Read the original story

    10 hrs ago | World News Report

    "Like a House of Cards" entitled chapter describing collective crime against humanity: truth come to surface, masks fall like a house of cards... That a mother cannot love her own children and grandchildren is enigmatic but that she loves appearances and pretending more than anything is a real mystery! BOGOTA, BOGOTA, COLOMBIA, December 3, 2016 / EINPresswire.com / -- In Dr. Alvaro Ignacio Ordonez and Mr. Oswaldo Redondo forced disappearance, situation was unlocked by the Colombian state. Lately multiple petitions were filed against institutions and natural persons.

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  4. Argentina's Magma Cine nabs musical action "Buenaventura Mon Amour"Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Buenos Aires' Magma Cine, a pioneering company on the pan-Latin American co-production scene, has boarded Jorge Navas' musical action movie "Buenaventura Mon Amour" , adding further muscle to one of the highest-profile titles from Colombia hitting markets and festivals next year, Variety said. The film is set up at Bogota-based Mon Amour Producciones, run by Steven Grisales, a former CEO and partner at Rhayuela Cine, executive-producer of recent Colombian titles such as Jaime Osorio's 2011 war-horror film "El Paramo," an international sales hit for Wild Bunch.

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  5. Venezuela to issue larger bill as currency continues to meltRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fredericksburg.com

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  6. Cuba's Fidel Castro, revolutionary and dictator, seen by some in Colombia as a peacemakerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | CBC News

    In the same week Fidel Castro's ashes made their final journey across Cuba, Colombia's congress approved a peace deal with FARC rebels - a goal the dictator had encouraged for 20 years. John Otis is a U.S. journalist who reports from South America.

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  7. Telescoping walls could rise on demand to stop flood watersRead the original story

    Friday Dec 2 | UB Reporter

    Jorge Cueto was running a successful consulting and construction company in Bogota, Colombia, and teaching civil engineering at a university five years ago, but he felt the need to do more. He wanted something new.

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  8. Grief turns to anger amid reports of lack of fuel in crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Yahoo!

    Authorities prepared Thursday to transport home the bodies of dozens of victims of this week's air tragedy in Colombia as grief turned to anger amid indications the airliner ran out of fuel before slamming into the Andes. Bolivian aviation officials announced they were indefinitely suspending the charter company that operated the flight.

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  9. Soccer Families prepare to receive the dead from Colombia plane crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Boston.com

    Families are preparing to receive the bodies of the victims of this week's air tragedy in Colombia as experts develop a clearer picture of how things went so terribly wrong with a charter flight that slammed into a mountainside. Many of the 71 killed were players and coaches from a small-town Brazilian soccer team that was headed to the finals of one of South America's most prestigious tournaments after a fairy-tale season that had captivated their soccer-crazed nation.

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  10. Investigation of Colombia Plane Crash Continues As Families Prepare to Receive The DeadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Time

    White sheets with the Chapecoense soccer team logo cover caskets containing the remains of killed team members in Medellin, Colombia, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. - Families are preparing to receive the bodies of the victims of this week's air tragedy in Colombia as experts develop a clearer picture of how things went so terribly wrong with a charter flight that slammed into a mountainside.

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  11. Colombia faces challenge to implement peaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Channelnewsasia.com

    After pushing a revised peace deal with the FARC rebels through Congress, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos got down to a far bigger challenge on Thursday: implementing it. Demonstrators protest a new peace agreement between the Colombian government and FARC guerrillas, outside the Colombian Congress in Bogota.

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  12. Victims' relatives in Brazil say soccer-team crash avoidableRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Fredericksburg.com

    Osmar Machado, father of Chapecoense soccer player Filipe Machado who died in a plane crash while on his way to a game in Colombia, holds a photograph of his son and granddaughter Antonella during a interview in Chapeco, Brazil, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016. His son died on his father's 66th birthday.

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  13. A New Era Begins as Colombian Congress Approves FARC Peace DealRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 1 | Common Dreams

    The Colombian congress on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a peace deal with leftist rebel group FARC, helping bring to an end a 52-year deadly conflict and setting into motion a The revised agreement passed the lower house 130-0, though some members of the 166-member chamber walked out in opposition to the deal ahead of the vote. It passed the senate earlier this week.

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  14. Battle for Iraq's Mosul could take months: ICRCRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Reuters

    Dominik Stillhart, Director of Operations for the International Committee of the Red Cross , gestures during an interview with Reuters in Geneva, Switzerland, December 1, 2016. An Iraqi father mourns the death of his son, who was killed during clashes in the Islamic State stronghold of Mosul, in al-Samah neighborhood, Iraq December 1, 2016.

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  15. Fifty-four civilians killed in air strikes in Iraq, Syria: U.S. militaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Reuters

    The U.S.-led coalition killed fifty-four civilians between March 31 and Oct. 22 while carrying out air strikes against Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria, the U.S. military said in a statement on Thursday. In one particular strike in mid-July, near the Syrian city of Manbij, up to 24 civilians were killed, the statement said.

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  16. Belatrix is Recognized as the 4th Best Place to Work in ArgentinaRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 1 | PRWeb

    Belatrix was very proud to be awarded as the 4th best place to work in Argentina, by the company "Great Place to Work". Great Place to Work recognizes and rewards those companies with an exceptional workplace culture.

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  17. French Left try to start fightback while they wait for HollandeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Reuters

    France's ruling Socialists, staring at prospective humiliation in next year's presidential election, are cranking up their election machine in a bid to re-energise voters disenchanted by Francois Hollande's five years in power. As they marshaled forces for a weekend rally of leftist groups in Paris, leftist politicians piled pressure on the president, who has yet to say whether he intends to run for a second term.

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  18. Colombia Signed a New Peace Agreement. Will It Stick?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Time

    A man holds a Colombian national flag with white stripes during a demo to demand the immediate endorsement of the new peace agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC guerrilla outside the Colombian Congress in Bogota, on November 30, 2016. But the government has eked out a second, renegotiated accord that was passed by the Senate in a marathon 13-hour session on November 29th.

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  19. Highly Suspect Talk Blue-Collar Roots, 'Naked Parties' on TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | RollingStone

    "Big fucking day," says Johnny Stevens, lead singer and guitarist of Highly Suspect, as he takes a drag from an American Spirit on a couch backstage at Chicago's Bottom Lounge. He's talking about the band's show at the venue, which has already drawn dozens to line up outside in the cold four hours before start time.

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  20. Colombia Again Registers Most Foreign Searches for Miami Real Estate; ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | PRWeb

    Colombia remains the top foreign country searching for South Florida real estate, according to new data from the MIAMI Association of REALTORS . Colombia remains the top foreign country searching for South Florida real estate, according to new data from the MIAMI Association of REALTORS .

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