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Centro Democrático's precandidate proposes a sustainable society that mixes circular economy and use of waste

Yes but no to fracking in Colombia: Commission of experts

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Yes per no to fracking in Colombia: commission of experts
The commission of experts appointed by the national government delivered its conclusions on February 14, what was the verdict?

This is Diego Molano, precandidate to be Bogotá's mayor

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One of the three candidates for Centro Democrático is Diego Molano, who is committed to improve safety, sustainability, and mobility

 Ian Poveda: Colombia's secret weapon in soccer?

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Ian Poveda: Colombia's secret weapon in soccer?
Even in the face of the leaders' refusal and disinterest in summoning him, the 18-year-old gives still a lot to about after his debut with Manchester City

A human chain for humanitarian aid

Feb 09, 2019 Latam
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Given Nicolás Maduro's rejection to humanitarian aid, the interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, calls for citizenship

Colombia: what is the Security and Defense Plan about?

Feb 08, 2019 Latam
Colombia: what is the Security and Defense Plan about?
On Wednesday, February 6, Colombian President Iván Duque presented his Security and Defense Plan, what did he point out?

The first agreement was narrowly rejected in a referendum last month.

President Juan Manuel Santos says the new proposals are stronger and take into account the changes demanded by opponents of the scheme.

Those opponents, led by former President Alvaro Uribe, say the revised deal is still too lenient on Farc leaders.

The revised agreement now goes to the lower house of Congress for approval.

The peace accord is aimed at ending an armed conflict that has killed more than 260,000 people over five decades.

The two sides reached an agreement earlier this year after four years of talks in the Cuban capital, Havana.

Before beginning their session, senators held a minute's silence for those who died in a plane crash near the city of Medellin on Monday.

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