Colombia faces consequences for not recognizing its armed conflict
The main international network of historical memory issued a letter expelling the Historical Memory Center of Colombia and criticized its director
Maduro Vs Duque: new tensions between Venezuela and Colombia
While Colombia refuses to recognize the government of Nicolás Maduro, the extradition of a former Colombian congresswoman fugitive from justice seems to ...
The Chinese Community in Colombia joins to send supplies to their country
Due to the high demand for masks, the Asian community meets in Bogotá to send medical supplies to China.
Women rewriting history in Colombia: the "cantadoras of Membrillal"
In a small village in Colombia, near Cartagena de Indias, The “cantadoras of Membrillal" rehearse every week to dance and sing off their pain
Women who rewrite history in Colombia: Kiana, the queen of the heroic
Kiana, a Trans woman member of the table of victims of the armed conflict in the city of Cartagena, talks about her experience as a queen of sexual diversity. ...
How is corruption perceived in Latin America?
The citizens of Latin America do not believe that their governments are struggling to combat the problem.
Colombia would plant 180 million trees
President Iván Duque said that by 2022, the coffee nation will have planted 180 million trees to help save the Amazon
What Colombia has to offer in the Caribbean Series
After Cuba's inability to participate due to visa problems, Colombian baseball will have a historic sporting opportunity.
Colombia: there are more social leaders killed than days of the year 2020
So far in 2020, the number of social leaders who have died amounts to 17, being there more murders than days of the year.
The challenge for 2020 with former guerrillas in Colombia
Colombia ended 2019 with the publication of a UN report that demonstrates the few security measures that are being offered to former FARC combatants
Latin America is waking up
In this new year in the Latin American region, countries like Peru, Colombia, and Chile are waking up from the mental lethargy exerted by oppression.
Mabel Gisela Torres: Colombia's first Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation
Last week, Colombia's president Ivan Duque named scientist Mabel Gisela Torres as the minister of the newest Science, Technology, and Innovation Ministry.