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Colombia
Colombia’s former president on his objections to a deal, and his “vendetta” with his successor
The country's first Oscar-nominated feature film takes a clear-eyed view of colonialism and its legacy.
One of Latin America's hottest restaurants serves more than just food.
At least 10 percent of Colombian adults are affected by conflict-related stress. What does that mean for the country's social – and economic – future?
Maduro has reached a new low point by deporting Colombians

The FARC’s bid to engage with Pope Francis, who is viewed favorably by 83 percent of Colombians, may signal a genuine effort to win back public support for the negotiations.

On Monday, a team of Colombian officials began an excavation of what some believe may be the "world’s largest urban mass grave" in La Escombrera, a landfill in Medellín's Comuna 13 slum.

Colombia's Ministers of Justice and the Interior will be on hand as the first individuals take advantage of new rules simplyifying the process for legally changing one's gender.

According to a statement read aloud at yesterday’s ongoing peace talks in Havana, the FARC guerrillas and Colombian government agreed to establish a truth commission to investigate atrocities committed during the continuing conflict.

La reciente evaluación de la Agencia Internacional para la Investigación sobre el Cáncer vino a respaldar lo que por años han dicho organizaciones de derechos humanos, conceptos de la Corte Constitucional en Colombia y un sinnúmero de estudios científicos: el glifosato hace más mal que bien.

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