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Tatiana Calderón: on her way to Formula 1

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Tatiana Calderón: on her way to Formula 1
The Colombian pilot managed to consolidate herself as one of the most outstanding Latin athletes in 2018

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Juan Carlos Tinoco: Thanos has a Colombian voice
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Dec 30, 2018 Latam Politics
Colombia, alert for possible attack on the president
After statements about a possible attempt to assassinate President Iván Duque, three suspects were arrested for carrying weapons

These 3 Colombian artists have impacted the world

Dec 27, 2018 Art
These 3 Colombian artists have impacted the world
Music, painting and dance are some of the disciplines in which these Colombians have impacted the world

Alias ‘Guacho’: a victory for the Colombian government

Dec 23, 2018 Latam Politics
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FARC dissident Walter Arizala Vernaza, alias "Guacho", was discharged in a military operation

What are the functions of the new Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation in Colombia?

Dec 20, 2018 Science
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This initiative seeks to transform 'Colciencias' into an entity that can capture more resources for research

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Dec 19, 2018 Others
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Carlos Vives made the Simón Bolívar park vibrate with his 'liberating campaign'

Dec 17, 2018 Entertainment
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On December 15, Carlos Vives put the concert attendees to enjoy their music and reflect on the reality of the world

Peace talks with Colombia’s largest and oldest guerrilla group, the FARC, will be ready before July 20, President Juan Manuel Santos said early this week.

In spite of having missed two deadlines already, one in 2013 and another on March 23, Santos on Monday again set a time limit on the peace talks that began in 2012 to end more than half a century of war between the guerrillas and the state.

“I believe that by July 20 we will have closed the negotiation in Havana and from there enter a new chapter for the country,” Santos reportedly told coalition lawmakers at a meeting at the presidential palace.

Santos and the government coalition has been promoting the peace deal ahead of a popular vote set to ratify the accord.

However, the president has been under mayor criticism regarding his handling of the negotiations and the released contents of partial agreements

The peace talks are meant to end 50 years of armed conflict that has cost more than 265,000 lives and has displaced almost 7 million Colombians.

Colombia Reports |  Adriaan Alsema

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