Cundinamarca’s ELC inaugurates high-tech production plant in Cota

Powered by solar and with a fully automated production, the department's Empresa de Licores de Cundinamarca inaugurates new distillery.

Bogotá leads with BestCities Alliance for conventions and summits

Bogotá has established itself as the only city in Latin America to be part of the BestCities Alliance and global leader with hosting large-scale events.

Kingdom on a stage: UK Guest Nation of Honour in 2019 at Teatro Mayor

The Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo has invited the United Kingdom to the Guest Nation of Honour for its 2019 cultural programme.

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Duque enacts austerity measures as Colombia looks to balance budget

President Iván Duque reaches 100 days in office by enacting austerity measures to balance the books with a fiscal deficit and guarantee funds for public education.

Handel’s Messiah and Bogotá’s Christmas concert agenda

Here, some of the cultural highlights of December's concert schedule, as well as exhibitions in museums and galleries.

Fernando Urbina and the Spanish Conquest in rock art

Fernando Urbina has dedicated 40-years of research to Colombia’s ancient rock art. His discovery of petroglyphs in remote territories show the first contact between conquistadores and Amazonian tribes.

Editorial: The final word for the Latin American left

As migrants flee abject poverty and crime across the region, Venezuela's Maduro can use Trump's anti-Latino rhetoric to give the left in Latin America a voice with the electorate.

Macondo Awards: Here are the 2018 nominees

On Saturday, the Macondo Awards will hand out 17 statuettes to the country's promising film talent, among them Best Film.

Macondo Awards celebrate Colombia’s film talent and personal storytelling

Colombia rolls out the red carpet on its film industry with Macondo Awards and main showcase for productions that have received critical acclaim around the world.

Duque and Trump: A shared vision

President Trump is scheduled to visit Colombia next month, at a time in which the country faces a surge in coca production. Counterpart Duque must prove he isn't "just another Colombian president."

Editorial: The tragedy of the Caminantes

The movement of Venezuelan refugees across Colombia is straining the country's welfare system at a time in which the government of Iván Duque must implement tough economic measures.

Editorial: Inaugurations and a dateline “Colombia”

President Iván Duque's inauguration was covered by 600 international journalists who braved wind and rain to deliver the news. But, it wasn't always easy to get a story from Colombia out there.

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