Colombia breaks records in coca crop and cocaine production

Colombia has reached unprecedented figures in the cultivation of coca plants and cocaine production according to the annual report published by the United Nations.

Medellín pays tribute to hometown artist Fernando Botero

The death of Colombian artist Fernando Botero at age 91 gave residents of his hometown Medellín the opportunity to pay a proud tribute to the legacy of the world renown painter and sculptor.


Fernando Botero (1932-2023): Of Masterpieces and Monuments

The works of the great master of the visual narrative, Colombia's Fernando Botero, are as corpulent as they are compositions of humanity's uncertainty.

First Line vandals and violent leftists target Bogotá ahead of mayoral elections

Political violence and attacks by First Line vandals raise concerns as the Bogotá mayoral elections approach. On saturday, the First Line attempted to torch a police command post.

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20 de Julio: Celebration of Independence and a nation’s heroes

In Bogotá, the Veinte de Julio Independence Day celebrations include a grand military parade, fly-over by the Air Force, and aeronautical display of the Army's helicopter gunships.

NYC rebrand looks to strengthen Colombia travel segment

New York City Tourism + Conventions hosted a breakfast at the Bogotá restaurant Harry Sasson to present the new official brand of the five boroughs.

Fundraising with the AWC’s Masquerade Ball

The American Women’s Club - AWC - annual Masquerade Ball and fundraising event was held on october 1 at the Country Club in Bogotá. The event raised funds for 10 charities.

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