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A new report by a Colombian non-governmental organization that works in close association with Colombia's Jesuit order asserts that the majority of human rights violations registered in 2012 were committed by neo-paramilitary organizations.
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Colombia's global reputation in recent decades has not been good. Many young Colombians wanted to leave if given the chance.
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A young zookeeper who was mauled by a Sumatran tiger at an animal park has died, British police said Saturday.
10 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency
A Latin American economic bloc has agreed to remove tariffs on 90 percent of products traded among members, Xinhua news agency reported.
Kwame Laurence earned silver at the 1st AIPS America Games for sports journalists, in Medellin, Colombia, today.
Colombia's central bank chief said on Friday his main challenge over the medium term was preparing the nation for a normalization of U.S. monetary policy, possible rate hikes by developed nations and a drop in commodity prices.
Charley was placed gently amid Sargassum seaweed some 25 miles off Marathon Friday morning.
Next to the mayor's office in the northern Colombian town of Caucasia sits a monument to government dysfunction: a half-built public library with broken windows, a water-stained floor, and rusting reinforcement rods protruding from concrete pillars.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper acknowledged for the first time Thursday that "perhaps" he could have responded more quickly to the news that his trusted chief of staff had footed the $90,000 bill for Sen.
A thief in Bogota, Colombia stole a cell phone from an innocent woman standing at a bus stop, but was immediately run over by an approaching bus as he tried to escape.
A 37-year-old who has been charged with threatening to kill a federal judge in a case that involves letters containing the poison ricin is a registered sex offender who lives in a rundown apartment building near downtown Spokane.
Four of the fastest growing economies in Latin America agreed on Thursday to scrap most of the tariffs on trade between their countries.
BOGOTA, Colombia, May 23, 2013 Bogot is a large city, both in surface area and in population.
U.S. officials are equally excited, saying U.S. businesses have improved their sales to the South American country by 20 percent.
One of the latest and most exciting trends in Colombian music fuses the traditional rhythms and melodies with electronic beats and modern influences.
A Colombian police officer stands guard near packs of confiscated marijuana in Cali March 26, 2013.