• The “El Dorado” football legacy

    The “El Dorado” football legacy


    By Stephen Tew • Jul 4, 2015

    With the 2015 Copa America over, writer Stephen Tew reflects on the "golden age" of Colombian football. ...

  • Two explosions target Bogotá

    Two explosions target Bogotá


    By The City Paper Staff • Jul 2, 2015

    Two explosions targeted Bogotá Thursday, one just blocks from the Stock Exchange, the other in the industrial zone of Puente Aranda. ...

  • Butterflies for the frontline

    Butterflies for the frontline


    By Richard Emblin • Jun 29, 2015

    The Eloria Noyesi coca-eating butterfly could become this country's substitute weapon in the "War on the Drugs". ...

News »

Synthetic Marijuana: A dangerous trend

Synthetic Marijuana: A dangerous trend

by The Mark News • June 22, 2015

Synthetic cannabinoids have been detected in more than 90 countries and a dangerous trend for public health. ...

An all-out peace “offensive”

An all-out peace “offensive”

June 8, 2015
by Alden Pyle

The French initiative on Palestine

The French initiative on Palestine

May 28, 2015
by The Mark News

Business »

Zayed looks to Colombia

Zayed looks to Colombia

by The City Paper Staff • June 5, 2015

One of the world’s most prestigious prizes encourages Colombians to make a difference on climate change and clean energy...

Travel »

Hymns to Condoto ‘Town’

Hymns to Condoto ‘Town’

by Laura Brown • June 12, 2015

The recently-released album by Colombia’s favorite hip-hop trio ChocQuibTown sings the praises of Condoto...

Features »

Butterflies for the frontline

Butterflies for the frontline

by Richard Emblin • June 29, 2015

The Eloria Noyesi coca-eating butterfly could become this country's substitute weapon in the "War on the Drugs". ...

Sustainable beauty

Sustainable beauty

June 19, 2015

Culture »

Cannes ‘a la colombiana’

Cannes ‘a la colombiana’

by The City Paper Staff • May 26, 2015

Colombian movie-making talent is recognized at the prestigious Cannes Film festival. ...

Opinion »

  • Edition 84: Another milestone

    Apr 14, 2015 • by Richard Emblin

    While President Santos will have to put a possible peace to voters, Colombians seem more concerned about taxes and an uncertain economic future. ...

  • Far from ‘Business as usual’

    Apr 9, 2015 • by Richard McColl

    Arbitrary increases in property taxation in many parts of Colombia could have severe implications for those who try and preserve heritage homes. ...


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