Colombian Coffee inspires banana growers to reclaim land

The violence we suffered did not help the banana-growing plantations, but now, they are building the present while visualizing the future

Swapping coca for cacao

An option for getting away from the Colombian conflict is to change the kind of plantations to a peace kind one.

Shrimp industry rescuing Colombia’s female conflict victims

Every day, 145 women, most of them victims of Colombia’s armed conflict, efficiently clean thousands of Pacific white shrimp

AcroYoga in Medellín and the upcoming Primavera Event

The weekly AcroYoga events in Medellín have been held steadily for approximately seven years!

Scouting out the world's best coffee

A cup of joe is no mere morning ritual for Alvaro Gaviria

Cuban doctors in Colombia stranded

The government of Cuba has said it will accept Cuban doctors and reincorporate them into the national health system. But, those stranded in Colombia insist this is not true.

Colombia is helping you spread love this Valentine’s Day

That time of year has once again arrived when the scent of fresh-cut roses is flooding stores nationwide.

Colombians returning from Venezuela seen as foreigners

Colombians who during Venezuela’s boom years poured across the border in search of a better life are now returning home, not only broke and without work but also facing a new problem: discrimination.

World Summit of Nobel Peace Prizes Winners in Bogotá

More than twenty nobel peace prize winners will attend tomorrow the World Summit of Nobel Peace Prizes that will take place in this capital and celebrate the end of the conflict with the FARC-EP, news broadcast reported today.

Gender focus: debates, transformations and potentialities in Colombia’s new peace accord

The new Agreement contains 90% of proposals presented by proponents and critics of the gender-based approach, a solomonic exit from the tensions between the Christian churches and women's organizations and LGBTI.

Colombian high court rejects appeal to null same-sex marriage

The former attorney general presented a series of appeals against all the court's rulings favoring the LGBTI community during his eight years in office.

Colombia exports talent and discipline

One of the most prestigious Athletic competences in the marathon distance will receive the Colombian Kelly Arias. Latin America will run Boston!

Bogotá fashion: Step out in style

Thinking about revamping your wardrobe for the new year? onica Valbuena is on hand to give us the inside scoop on some of the hot trends expected to hit the streets this year.

Colombia No.5 of world’s 10 best places to retire In 2017

Colombia, once an overlooked retirement haven, is now just grabbing the attention of expats looking for a place to live that is close to home

Colombia’s senate approves referendum on gay adoption ban

A bill that seeks a referendum to ban adoption by same-sex couples and singles passed through Colombia’s Senate on last Tuesday.

Many Venezuelans are migrating to Colombia.

Gustavo Cruz, a Venezuelan who runs a restaurant with his father in the Colombian capital Bogotá, says there’s a boom of Venezuelan areperas in the city.

Bogotá Christmas: Key holiday dates

Get hyped for the holiday season with this guide to celebrating like a Colombian.

Brazil’s Chapeco to name plaza after Colombia’s Medellin

Brazail’s Chapeco will build a memorial to the victims of a plane crash in Colombia that killed almost its entire soccer team, and will name a plaza after Medellin in a display of appreciation for the city’s heart-warming response to the tragedy.

Colombia’s Medellin sends love to Brazil’s Chapeco in massive display of soccer solidarity

Medellin‘s stadium proved too small to shelter the tens of thousands of Colombians who had flocked there in an extraordinary display of solidarity with Brazil’s Chapeco, the city of the Chapecoense soccer team.

Cocoa for coca: How Colombia hopes to heal a drug-infested countryside

Some interesting initiatives are motivating farmers to produce and export cocoa, growers are finding it could offer a lucrative alternative to illegal crops.

Students take chances in Medellin

Every year, Colombia becomes the center of the fashion design competition Latinoamérica Habla for Latin-American students aiming for a place in the fashion industry.

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