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Unknown men have sexually assaulted a female bus driver in Bogota, Police from Colombia’s capital said Friday. According to the authorities, the woman...

Inhabitants of seven districts of the country’s capital city of Bogota on Wednesday awoke to nearly 1,000 tons of waste that had not been collected...

A Bogota city official and former police captain was arrested on Sunday after allegedly kidnapping an Israeli citizen for ransom. The kidnapping took...

At least seven policemen were injured and one police post was damaged in soccer riots between hooligans in Bogota on Wednesday. According to the police...

Dr. Gustavo Quintana walks out of a modest, two-floor apartment building in southern Bogota. Inside his black doctor’s bag are vials containing anesthesia...

Just under a dozen of Colombia’s top politicians will be seeking to take the second most important office in the country, that of Bogota Mayor, later...

Bogota has a deficit of 12,000 policemen, the mayor of Colombia’s capital city said Monday. Mayor Gustavo Petro said that the city requires a total of 30,000 uniformed policemen; a far higher number than the existent 18,000. Colombia’s capital has nearly 8 million inhabitants, meaning that for every 100,000 inhabitants, there are 225 policemen. In New York City,...

BOGOTA  (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Colombian authorities intercepted phone calls between a young woman and a member of Colombia’s...

Macondo is a fictional town described in Gabriel García Márquez’s novel, One Hundred Years of Solitude TODAY COLOMBIA – A map of legendary...

Two women detained on suspicions of shoplifting have allegedly been offered release in exchange for sexual relations by policemen, reported Caracol Radio...

Colombia’s biggest airport, El Dorado in Bogota, does not have enough anti-narcotics agents to adequately check outgoing flights for drugs, local media...

Colombia’s government announced on Wednesday it hopes to finish the construction of the capital Bogota’s second airport in 2021. The start of construction...

TODAY COLOMBIA (Mike’s Bogota Blog) You’ll feel a little less bored these days while stuck in the usual traffic jam on Calle 26, thanks to...