Guadalupe and Colombia’s other rainbow river

A devout town in Santander is promoting its own "rainbow river" to visitors and claims it's equally as beautiful as Cano Cristales.

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."

Colombia’s environmental cruzaders embark on a second ‘voyage’

Six Colombian environmental experts are hosting a one-day conference with students to share research on climate climate and eco-sustainability issues.

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Colombia’s Duque scraps “personal dose” as part of larger anti-drug policy

The proliferation of criminal networks trafficking illegal drugs in schools and public spaces has ended the 25-year "personal dose" ruling.

The International Art Fair of Bogotá ready to host the world

With 19 participating countries and an installation commissioned for the event by Carlos Cruz-Diez, ARTBO is ready to host the art world on Oct.25.

Colombia recovers stolen patrimony during FBI raid in Indiana

An FBI investigation recovered 40 pre-Columbian artifacts smuggled out of Colombia and which were in the hands of an antiquities collector.

Los Gavilanes: Zarzuela season comes to Bogotá’s Teatro Colón

A classic work of the Spanish stage comes to the Teatro Colón in Bogotá with a cast of 120 performers. Los Gavilanes runs until Oct 7.

Canadian gold mine workers targeted by armed group in Antioquia

An attack Thursday against geologists and contractors working for the Canadian gold mining company Continental Gold was allegedly perpetrated by ex-FARC dissents.

Two Bogotá theme cafés let coffee do the talking and washing

Bogotá is an entrepreneurial city with a slate of start-ups, including two theme cafés that offer clients much more than just coffee and pastries.

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.

Editorial: Showing our true colors

On the eve of the final match of FIFA World Cup Russia, Colombia may have been ousted too early, but the tournament gave us great moments and plenty of social media vitriol.

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