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Colombia’s government hopes that “intelligent” austerity measures proposed for 2016 will curb an ongoing economic slowdown and push GDP growth...

The main border check point between Colombia and Venezuela was closed on Wednesday amid fighting between Venezuelan guardsmen and supposed smugglers....

At least thirty homes and a power supply line were damaged in the northwest of Colombia when a magnitude 5.9 earthquake hit the Colombia-Panama border...

Taxi drivers across Colombia went on strike on Wednesday to protest the app-based taxi booking service Uber. In the capital Bogota, the strike coincided...

Colombia Reports More than half of Medellin’s 2.5 million residents do not have access to three meals a day, revealed the city’s food bank in a recent study. In some of the city’s impoverished areas, this figure rockets to a staggering 89%. A study released by Medellin’s Archdiocese Food Bank has revealed the number of people in Colombia’s second largest...

Colombia Reports The United States Department of State on Monday called on Colombia to step up efforts to prosecute alleged human traffickers, and improve the assistance to victims of slavery and sex trafficking. In its annual human trafficking report, the State Department maintained Colombia’s Tier 2 position, again highlighting the South American country’s shortcomings...

Colombia Reports Colombia’s National Police has sent a commission of high-profile officials to Mexico to help find “El Chapo,” the recently escaped leader of the feared Sinaloa Cartel, newspaper El Tiempo reported on Tuesday. According to the daily, Colombia’s police authorities sent three generals and six retired officials to Mexico that has begun a major manhunt...

Farmers in the north of Colombia are threatening protests after reports that the government is considering the resumption of chemical aerial fumigation...

Colombia Reports Criminals organizations make an annual profit of approximately $5 billion (14 trillion pesos) through money laundering, according to...

Colombia Reports Days after reporting that a Bogota bus driver had been sexually assaulted while on duty, Police from Colombia’s capital said Monday the assault was invented by the alleged victim to seek financial benefits. The police said Friday that officers found the bus driver wandering the city on Friday morning wearing only a t-shirt. According to the alleged...

Colombia Reports Colombia’s peace talks are stuck on the subject of justice as both the FARC and the government fear the legal consequences of the tens of thousands of war crimes committed by both parties. The FARC has consistently rejected to go to prison in spite of being accused of thousands of war crimes including kidnapping, homicides, sex crimes, child recruitment...

Colombia’s Nairo Quintana ended second in the Tour de France on Sunday, leaving before him only Chris Froome with an advantage of one minute and 12...

Shirtless protesters have taken to the streets of Cartagena in opposition of a draft to ban those without satisfactory attire from entering parts of the...