Colombia coronavirus cases top 1 Million as Antioquia becomes epicenter of pandemic

Colombia ranks with Brazil as the only South American nations have surpassed 1 million cases of COVID-19 during a week in which Antioquia became the new epicenter of the pandemic.

Big Picture: Sunrise over the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta

The Sierra Nevada ranks among the most unique ecosystems in the world covering all climatic zones and home to Colombia's largest archaeological site: the Lost City.

Colombia’s indigenous peoples lead peaceful anti-government protest

Wednesday's National Strike across Colombia is being conducted in peace as demonstrators filled Bogotá's historic center accompanied the Indigenous Guard.

Colombia coronavirus cases near 1 Million as a week of demonstrations begin

Bogotá registered its lowest daily increase in new coronavirus infection as anti-government protests take to the streets led by a demonstration by indigenous peoples.

Indigenous Minga arrives in Bogotá ahead of Wednesday’s national strike

Representatives of Colombia's indigenous organizations have arrived in Bogotá ahead of Wednesday's national strike to demand the resignation of President Iván Duque.

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Judge orders immediate release of Álvaro Uribe from house arrest

After months of house arrest, former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe regained his freedom on Saturday as the case against him returned to the Attorney General's Office.

The MAMU reopens with retrospective on Beatriz González: The Master

Colombian sensibility takes center stage with the largest retrospective on the life and works of artist Beatriz González. The exhibition runs from October 7 to December 7.

Forging bonds between authors, books and readers with BLAA’s literature series

Director Ana Roda of the Luis Ángel Arango Library (BLAA) talks about the importance of reading as a way of understanding the uncertain times in which we live.

FARC dissidents brandish new weapons and call for Duque resignation

A year after their return to arms, the dissident commanders of FARC released a statement calling on mass protests and the resignation of President Iván Duque.

Trump lambastes Juan Manuel Santos for “surrendering” Colombia to FARC

U.S President Donald Trump took advantage of his Hispanic audience in Miami to slam Juan Manuel Santos for "surrendering Colombia" to FARC.

ELN admits participation in Bogotá protests and attacks against police CAIs

Mayor López has questioned the role of the ELN guerrilla in recent Bogotá protests, yet the Marxist organization has confirmed it attacked police installations.

Colombia estimates some 200,000 Venezuelans to return despite pandemic

Many Venezuelans are willing to return to Colombia despite high numbers of coronavirus cases given the broken state of their country's healthcare system.

Coronavirus pandemic puts leadership in Colombia to the test

The coronavirus pandemic has shown a spirit of leadership and collaboration among many of Colombia's public officials, while also exposing political enmity and misinformation.

Mayor Claudia López challenges Duque’s easing of lockdown in Bogotá

President Iván Duque has announced easing quarantine for two key sectors of the Colombia economy, but Bogotá's Claudia López wants to extend lockdown for everyone.

Colombia’s Iván Duque and Claudia López show leadership with coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak has revealed very different leadership by President Duque and Mayor López. Both share altruistic objectives when it comes to saving lives.