From gold mines to 'corralejas' photojournalist Stephen Ferry has covered Colombia and documented its 'violentology'.
Thought to be extinct, a small rodent has been rediscovered in the Sierra Nevada and now focus of a major scientific expedition
The prestigious Salmona architecture prize has been awarded to Boris Albornoz and his renovation of the neo-Republican market in Cuenca, Ecuador.
Dr. Francisco Lopera found clues that could help uncover the causes of early-onset Alzheimer's and stop the disease.
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.
From social media sensation to household name, the peculiar sound of Los Rolling Ruanas is conquering international audiences.
The Río Caquetá is home to some of the largest catfish of the Orionco and Amazon basins, and important food source for the communities of Huitoto who inhabit the region.
Author Juan Gabriel Vásquez talks about Colombia, his muse, La Candelaria and writing as a way to discover his home country.
Hans Blumenthal, creator of the National Peace Prize has embarked on a new mission to empower farmers.
Constitutional lawyer Luis Domingo Gómez defends biodiversity regardless of size. After an Andean Bear was denied release from a Barranquilla zoo, this attorney remains on the defensive.
Milton Coleman, Senior Editor at The Washington Post talks journalism, Latin America and freedom of expression.
Artist Pedro Ruiz depicts in "Oro" scenes representing the beauty and complexity of traditional life and nature in Colombia.
The theme of January's edition of the International Music Festival of Cartagena is Celestial Harmony with invited guests John Eliot Gardiner and London's Philharmonia among others.
Colombia is parrot paradise, but many are hard to spot because their green matches their leafy homes. Ongoing threats to their habitats is endangering this rather feisty species.
Legality and social responsibility are corporate pillars for the rapid growth of the Colombian-owned medicinal cannabis company Clever Leaves.
At the heart of 'Bananalandia' - Santa Marta - there's more than meets the eye to the man shouting “Guineo verde!” on a megaphone.