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  1. Canacol Energy Ltd. Negotiates New Gas Sales Contracts, Initiates...Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 23 | World News Report

    Canacol Energy Ltd. is pleased to provide the following update concerning the execution of 100 million standard cubic feet of new gas sales contracts to existing and new customers located on the Caribbean coast of Colombia, and the initiation of a private pipeline venture that will deliver 40 MMscfpd of new gas production to new and existing customers located on the Caribbean coast in 2017.

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  2. Canacol Energy Ltd. Executes Agreement with Promigas S.A. to Increase ...Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | World News Report

    Canacol Energy Ltd. is pleased to announce the execution of an agreement with Promigas S.A. to expand the existing gas distribution network currently used by the Corporation to accommodate an additional 100 million standard cubic feet per day of new gas transportation and sales, bringing total Corporate gas production and sales up to 190 MMscfpd in 2018. The expansion project, which will be fully funded by Promigas and commence in November 2016, will consist of up to 18 months of permitting followed by 6 months of construction, with first new gas delivery scheduled by December 2018.

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  3. Cma CGM Debuts Eurosal XLRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2016 | Marine News

    CMA CGM debuts its new service EUROSAL XL there by offering the best service offer which directly connects the West Coast of South America and Northern Europe. The new EUROSAL XL is a result of the fusion of the Group's services EUROSAL1 and EUROSAL2.

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  4. Left in limboRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2016 | Newsday

    Independent journalists Steven Cohen and Camilo Mejia visit an area of the southern Colombian department of Putumayo, near the border with Ecuador, where Farc rebels had been expected to gather for "transition" after a peace deal had been ratified. But the accord was rejected in a referendum, leaving all parties in limbo.

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  5. White knight? Colombia peace deal hinges on hardliner UribeRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2016 | KDWN

    Former President Alvaro Uribe fanned widespread resentment of Colombia's largest rebel group as he crisscrossed the country, campaigning for weeks against a peace deal he said would appease "terrorists" or lead the country down the path of communist Cuba. But Colombians now look to the conservative hardliner as a potential savior of the accord that hangs by a thread following voters' shocking rejection of the deal in a referendum Sunday.

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  6. Peace is winning. Even in Colombia.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | MacLeans

    A deal to end war in Colombia faltered, but for a moment the Americas saw total peace for the first time People react after learning about the rejection of a peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia following a plebiscite in Bogota, Colombia, on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2016. I flew down to Colombia last week to write about the historic peace accord reached between the government and the guerilla movement, FARC.

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  7. Roundup: LatAm laments failure of Colombia's peace deal, vows to continue to help peace processRead the original story

    Oct 4, 2016 | Xinhuanet

    Latin American countries have lamented the outcome of a Colombian referendum that rejected a long-awaited peace agreement to end more than five decades of civil fighting in the country. After nearly four years of negotiations, the government of President Juan Manuel Santos and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia signed a definitive accord last Monday at a ceremony in Cartagena, Colombia, which was accompanied by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and regional leaders.

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  8. LatAm laments failure of Colombia's peace deal, vows to continue to help peace processRead the original story

    Oct 4, 2016 | Xinhuanet

    Latin American countries have lamented the outcome of a Colombian referendum that rejected a long-awaited peace agreement to end more than five decades of civil fighting in the country. After nearly four years of negotiations, the government of President Juan Manuel Santos and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia signed a definitive accord last Monday at a ceremony in Cartagena, Colombia, which was accompanied by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and regional leaders.

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  9. Colombia embarks on path to peace with historic accordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2016 | KFMB-TV San Diego

    Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos, left, delivers a speech after he signed a peace agreement between Colombia's government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, in Cartagena, Colombia, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016.

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  10. Colombia embarks on path to peace with historic accordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2016 | Daily Herald

    Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos, front left, and the top commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia Rodrigo Londono, known by the alias Timochenko, shake hands after signing the peace agreement between Colombia's government and the FARC to end over 50 years of conflict in Cartagena, Colombia, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016.

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  11. Spotlight: Latin America celebrates end of its oldest conflict in ColombiaRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2016 | Xinhuanet

    At 5 p.m. Monday afternoon , the oldest civil conflict in Latin America will be consigned to history books when Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leader, Timoleon Jimenez, sign a peace agreement, finalized last month in Havana. The two men will mark the historic moment at a ceremony in the port city of Cartagena, in the company of a number of world leaders and around 2,500 people.

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  12. Colombian President, FARC chief sign peace pactRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2016 | Nerve News

    Cartagena , Sep 27 - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and the leader of the FARC rebels, Rodrigo Londono Echeverri, alias Timochenko, on Monday signed an accord to end 52 years of civil war in the Andean nation. The pact is the result of nearly four years of talks in Havana and was signed at a solemn ceremony in Cartagena before more than 2,500 invited guests, including 15 Presidents and Spain's King Juan Carlos, EFE news reported.

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  13. 12th Latin American Film Festival coming to NGA this weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2016 | Canberra City News

    THE LATIN American Embassies in Australia are once again presenting the 12th Latin American Film Festival at the NGA-and it's FREE! The festival will present a selection of 13 films from all over Latin America, including international award-winning pieces and featuring some of the most exciting and creative productions to reach the big screen in recent years. Friday 19 August 2.30pm, repeated 6.30pm MEXICO: Burros Director: OdA n Salazar 2011, 93 minutes The story of Lautaro, a ten-year-old kid who lives in the so-called Tierra Caliente in south Mexico in the 1940s.

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  14. Incredible weather phenomenon creates real life Independence Day...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2016 | Daily Star

    The impressive cloud was seen moving over the high rises, exactly like in the movie, but this time in the city of Cartagena, in the north Colombian department of Bolivar. Shocked witnesses filmed the phenomenon on their phones, calling it the new 'Independence Day,' due to its similarity with the spaceship in the 1996 cult movie starring Will Smith.

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  15. Hotel Industry in the Central/South America Region Reports RevPAR Drop for May 2016Read the original story

    Jun 27, 2016 | Hotel News Resource

    Compared with May 2015, the Central/South America region reported an 8.8% decrease in occupancy to 51.9%. Average daily rate was up 7.7% to US$88.86.

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  16. STR: Central/South America hotel performance for May 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2016 | Hospitality Net

    Hotels in the Central/South America region recorded mixed May 2016 results in the three key performance metrics when reported in U.S. dollar constant currency, according to data from STR. Compared with May 2015, the Central/South America region reported an 8.8% decrease in occupancy to 51.9%.

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  17. Cartagena Fashion Week 2016 runway showsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2016 | Examiner.com

    Since 2009 Cartagena Fashion Week has been holding what they refer to as a "fashion, tourism, beauty, trends and crafts fair where the main mission is to show new fashion talent in the Caribbean and Latin America." For the 2016 season they held a series of fashion shows from April 12-14.

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  18. UN agency urges inclusion of victims of mass displacement in Colombian peace talksRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2016 | United Nations

    Displaced by Colombia's armed conflict, this family now lives in Arjona, an impoverished community outside Cartagena on the northern coast. Photo: Kristy Siegfried/IRIN 12 April 2016 – The United Nations refugee agency today called on the negotiators of Colombian peace talks to give special attention to the rights of victims of five-decade conflict that has produced the world's second-biggest displacement situation after Syria.

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  19. U.S. petroleum product exports continue to increaseRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2016 | PressReleasePoint

    Total U.S. petroleum product exports continued to increase in 2015 , up 467,000 barrels per day from 2014 to 4.3 million b/d, driven by increased exports of distillate fuel, motor gasoline, and propane. Mexico and countries in Central and South America continue to be major recipients of U.S. petroleum product exports.

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  20. Bogota Taxi Drivers Protest Against UberRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2016 | Inside Colombia

    Thousands of taxi drivers, shouting slogans such as "Uber out" and "Down with piracy" brought traffic to a near standstill in Bogota, the capital of Colombia, a city of more than 8 million people. As in other major cities in the world, taxi drivers in Bogota are opposed to Uber, the private transportation company based in California and operating in 59 countries.

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