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(TODAY COLOMBIA) Bogota’s investment promotion agency, Invest in Bogota, has earned an award from Site Selection Magazine as best in the region...

Relatives wait at the scene of a gold mine collapse near the area of El Saibo, in Riosucio, Caldas province May 13, 2015. | Photo: Reuters (TODAY COLOMBIA)...

Afro-Colombian Solidarity Network. (TODAY COLOMBIA) What the Afrocolombian leaders of La Toma are doing is taking matters in their own hands to resist...

(TODAY COLOMBIA) The pilot was identified as an unnamed Mexican national by a passport retrieved from his dead body. A plane with a ton of cocaine crashed...

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Tuesday replaced his defense minister in a possible move towards a bilateral ceasefire and peace deal with rebel group FARC. Santos replaced outgoing Defense Minister Juan Carlos Pinzon who “will be taking over as ambassador in Washington.” “The new defense minister will be Luis Carlos Villegas, the current ambassador...

Colombia’s government is considering the release of cocaine-eating-moths on coca plants to devour the plants before they can be harvested after banning the possibly carcinogenic chemical glysophate. The Colombian government, with US-funding, has been trying to eradicate the cocaine trade for the past two decades by spraying herbicides from helicopters. Recent...

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Monday promised free housing for victims of a flash flood that killed at least 62 and destroyed nearly an entire town in the west of the country. The town of Salgar, Antoquia, was struck by a devastating avalanche and flash flood early Monday morning. Santos, who visited the site hours after the disaster, on Monday said he would...

A stepson of “the Colombia Three,” a trio of former IRA fighters who allegedly helped Colombia’s FARC rebel group in the early 2000s, is on trial over an alleged bomb plot in the Irish capital Dublin. The stepson is one of three men who appeared in Dublin’s non-jury Special Criminal Court on Saturday over firearms, explosives, and IRA membership charges. Donal...

The US will continue to support Colombia’s efforts against drug trafficking in spite of the South American country’s decision to ban the US-supported use of glysophate, its ambassador to Bogota said. Defying Washington, Colombia bans glyphosate use for coca fumigation Despite coca fumigation in the eyes of Washington is an extremely important aspect of the US-Colombia...

Some 200 people were reportedly still missing Monday afternoon after a flash flood hit a town in northwestern Colombia. Authorities have confirmed the...

A flash flood caused by heavy rains has killed at least 45 people in a town in northwest Colombia, local authorities said Monday, warning others are...

A SITP bus and private buses on Carrera 10 in central Bogotá (TODAY COLOMBIA) Bogota – Once again, Bogota’s city government has promised to...

(TODAY COLOMBIA) The city of Bogota’s urban transit system is a chaotic network with long bus routes and an old fleet. Its 4.5 million daily passengers...