John Lundin: Quarantined in the Heart of the World

John Lundin, a former Chicago chaplain and Dalai Lama biographer is spending his Colombian quarantine at the spiritual Heart of the World, the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.

Mayor López prepares Bogotá for three month quarantine, Duque wants more data

Claudia López is planning to extend Bogotá's lockdown for three months challenging President Duque's nationwide quarantine deadline.

Jorge Tello: Scientific secrets from the Colombian bee hive

Bees are humanity's first line of defense in pest and disease control, but these winged warriors are headed to extinction. Professor Tello's wants farmers to turn to api-agriculture.

Colombia coronavirus cases at 798, humanitarian flights from Bogotá continue

Cases of COVID-19 climbed to 798 on Monday. The death toll has reached 13. Humanitarian flights continue from Bogotá.

Colombian CEOs cautiously optimistic on economic growth before COVID-19

Political uncertainty and cyber threats were leading concerns Colombia's business leaders viewed as obstacles to growth in 2020. All this changed with coronavirus.

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Bogotá’s Teatro Colón rolls out the red carpet for Beethoven 250

As the world celebrates 250 years of Beethoven's birth, Bogotá's Teatro Colón will host eight of the composer's nine symphonies.

Cartagena International Film Festival (FICCI) cancelled with Health Emergency

The Cartagena International Film Festival (FICCI) joins a host of international events forced to cancel with the coronavirus pandemic.

Life as an Expat under Medellín’s coronavirus quarantine

While many expats left Colombia before the country closed its borders with the coronavirus pandemic, others remain, feeling safe with the government's public health quarantine.

Colombian President Duque signs nationwide quarantine decree 457

Colombian President Iván Duque has signed the nationwide quarantine Decree 457 that locks down the nation of 19 days and restricts civil liberties.

Coronavirus cases in Colombia rise to 277, third death confirmed

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Colombia reached 277 on Monday as Bogotá entered its fourth day of quarantine.

Colombia coronavirus cases at 210, hundreds trapped inside El Dorado airport

With all land, sea and borders closed to international traffic, hundreds of travelers remain trapped inside Bogotá's El Dorado airport.

Coronavirus: Humanity’s unrivaled “equalizer”

The coronavirus pandemic is a reminder to the world's populations that nature ultimately dictates the future of our planet, not government nor man-made boundaries.

Editorial: President Duque and Bogotá’s Claudia López share common ground

Despite marked differences in leadership, President Duque and Bogotá's Claudia López share common ground on security and transport infrastructure for the capital.

Editorial: Bogotá is strong

Despite a tumultuous end to 2019 with the national strike, Bogotanos have shown to be resilient when dealing with the fall-out of anti-government protests.