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Colombia

Likely top stories this week: Nicaraguans vote in local elections; protests continue in Venezuela; the FARC says it will continue peace talks during elections; a Mapuche leader is sentenced to prison; Chileans no longer need visas to enter the United States.

Que en Colombia hay enemigos del proceso de paz que adelanta el Gobierno con las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) en la Habana no es nuevo ni sorprende.

Two top Colombian intelligence officers were dismissed on Tuesday after allegations that the Colombian military was spying on government peace negotiators.

Has corruption undermined one of the region's leaders in sustainability and the benefits the policies have brought to the city's poor?
Can green policies survive across municipal administrations?
The IDB tackles climate change at the municipal level.

Colombian Vice President Angelino Garzón accepted an offer on Wednesday made by President Juan Manuel Santos and Chancellor Maria Angela Holguin to become the Colombian ambassador to Brazil.

Medellín-based utility company EPM Group explains how it benefits from a comprehensive approach to sustainability.

Likely top stories this week: Former President Michelle Bachelet wins Chile’s presidential elections; Protesters rally in support of ousted Bogotá Mayor Gustavo Petro; USAID plans to pull out of Ecuador by September 2014; the FARC’s 30-day ceasefire goes into effect; a study finds that Mexico leads the world in kidnappings.

On December 9, the mayor of Bogotá, Gustavo Petro, was removed and disqualified from holding public office for 15 years.

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