Thought to be extinct, a small rodent has been rediscovered in the Sierra Nevada and now focus of a major scientific expedition
On the eve of the second anniversary of the passing of Nobel Gabriel García Márquez, a Colombian writer returns to his native land to break the spell of "solitude."
Photojournalist Mauricio Morales got inside Syria’s besieged city of Aleppo to capture scenes of attrition and daily life amidst snipers and bombs.
A press conference during the height of the narco war, offers one journalist the opportunity to become a Colombian.
In a letter, one prominent businessman recalls how we has sold into captivity and endured 10 months as an "economic prisoner" of the Colombian guerrilla.
Dutch photojournalist Niels Van Iperen on assignment for The City Paper sends this report from the FARC's demobilization camp in Icononzo, Tolima.
Colombian photographer Carlos Pineda spent years documenting the art of chiva bus design in the coffee region to discover unique mandala designs.
German Vélez is a defender of seeds and Colombia’s food autonomy. He spoke of the urgency of keeping our agriculture traditional.
Leyner Palacios has been nominated to one of the most prestigious humanitarian awards. The survivor of the 2002 Bojayá massacre started a grass roots campaign to recognize the rights of victims.
A document drafted by 500 indigenous groups in Colombia's Caquetá department demands a role in policy decision-making.
Colombia is open to international film production companies looking for a diversity in locations, professional crews believes ProImágenes' Claudia Triana.
Artist Ruby Rumié’s representation of palenqueras is art-psychology. Thirty exceptional women who contribute to the living patrimony of this nation are part of her latest photographic project "Tejiendo Calle."
Award-winning producer Chris Castagno moved his wife and son to the Sierra Nevada and records music in a unique jungle studio.
The Environment Ministry embarks on a plan to safeguard this country’s animal and plant kingdoms for the post-conflict.
César López is a composer with a mission. His gun-guitar shows how music can replace the madness of war.
A mega highway project designed to unite Venezuela with Ecuador through the Colombian Amazon has been scrapped to save threatened biodiversity.