Colombia deports German who joined “first line” vandals during protests

Many foreigners in Colombia think they are above the law given the country's reputation of lawlessness. Want to bring down a government? Do it at home.

Majestic Betty Garcés returns to the stage of Bogotá’s Teatro Mayor

With theatres recently authorized to reopen, Bogotá audiences have the opportunity to hear Colombia's grand dame of opera, Betty Garcés, in a performance directed by Alejandro Roca.

Colombia approves dry medicinal cannabis exports with new legislation

The Clever Leaves plantation was the venue for a government decree that authorizes exports and sales of dry medicinal cannabis to global health entities.

Colombia reaches COVID immunity among 20% of population, U.S donates 3.5M vaccines

Despite confirmation that the Delta variant is circulating in Colombia, the country's vaccine roll-out has immunized 20% of the population. U.S donates 3.5 million Moderna vaccines.

Death of Yellow-eared Parrot guardian inspires young Colombian conservationists

The legacy of environmentalist Gonzalo Cardona is inspiring youngsters to continue conservation efforts of the Yellow-eared Parrot.

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Elsa Zambrano unveils her curious “Constellations” at Beatriz Esguerra Art

Bogotá artist Elsa Zambrano's latest series Constellations was created during coronavirus lockdowns and inspired by the works of Dadaism's "star-painters."

Colombia to invest US$1.8 Billion this year in cultural reactivation

During the Orange Economy Council, President Duque announced an unprecedented US$1.8 Billion to reactive this year the country's cultural industries.

Colombia’s COVID-19 death toll surpasses 100,000 victims

Colombia has reached 100,000 coronavirus deaths after sixteen months of pandemic, and country with the third-highest mortality in South America, surpassed by Brazil and Peru.

Ex-FARC offers JEP court info on missing kidnapped persons

As part of the War Crimes charges by the transitional court JEP, ex-FARC have handed-over information regarding the remains of at least 55 persons listed as missing.

Duque vaccinated on day Colombia registers record 586 COVID-19 deaths

Five months after the national vaccine roll-out President Duque was eligible for his first dose of Pfizer. His inoculation was accompanied by a call for reconciliation.

Colombia’s trade unions reveal political objectives behind civil unrest

The Paro Nacional has as its objective to debilitate the right-wing party of President Iván Duque ahead of the 2022 presidential race, affirms trade unionist.

Opinion: Colombia, “Aleppo of the Andes”?

Social media hysteria, fake news, spamming by K-poppers are just some of the tools Paro Nacional supporters are deviating constructive debate to end the crisis in Colombia.

Opinion: Human rights violations mount with Colombia protests

Human Rights organizations and activists have denounced excessive use of force by Colombia's security forces to quell civic and legitimate protest.

Opinion: Power to the People

Trump's incitement to violence with the March 6 storming of the U.S Capitol reveals the blurred lines between authoritarianism and democratic revolutions.