Baby baristas: Could kids hold the key to Colombia’s coffee future?

MARSELLA, Colombia — At a library in the heart of Colombia's coffee country, Julián Murillo, 8, proudly narrates the process as he makes a meticulous Chemex-method brew. He places a filter-lined funnel atop a...

‘Cages are more dignified’: Colombia brings cold comfort for Venezuelans

The feet of Estilita López, 78 years old, are bloodied and bruised from the arduous journey from Yaracuy, in northern Venezuela, to Bogotá, the Colombian capital. Together with 460 fellow compatriots, she now lives...

Justice for Colombia peace negotiator

We are concerned at the recent admission by Colombia’s attorney general that his office does not have evidence against the FARC peace negotiator and congressman-elect Jesús Santrich, who has been imprisoned since 9 April. A...

A Cynical Trade With Colombia

(WSJ) The U.S. Justice and State Departments’ zealous attempts since 2016 to extradite former Colombian agriculture minister Andrés Felipe Arias—despite overwhelming evidence that he committed no crime—seem mysterious. Add that the U.S. has no...

The Benefits for Colombia of the Venezuelan Mass Exodus

The crisis in Venezuela has eroded the migratory situation, which has had a great impact in countries where thousands of people have come to seek refuge. In this sense, Colombia has maintained an open...

Cocaine Shipped From Colombia In ‘Christmas Decorations’ Leads To Arrest

A Randolph man won't be having a "White Christmas" this year after he was caught accepting a package containing more than 200 grams of cocaine hidden in Christmas-themed packaging. Nonso Obiora, 28, of Randolph, was...

Colombia, The New Magnet for Investments in Latin America

Colombia is the new “El Dorado” – or “Golden” – for investors in Latin America due to its economic stability, political leadership and openness to foreign markets, Commerce, Industry and Tourism Minister Jose Manuel...

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Cybercrime Treaty Could Be Used to Go After Cyberespionage

(IPS) - Governments of countries that engage in large-scale electronic espionage, like the United States, and companies that develop spying software could theoretically face...

Grassroots political participation key to ensure peace in Colombia: Conflict expert

While the momentum of peace talks is moving towards a deal, the Colombian people must be involved more to avoid the pitfalls that derailed...

Santos replaces defense minister as Colombia inches towards peace

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...
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4 People Miraculously Decided Last-Minute Not to Travel on Plane that Crashed in Colombia

TODAY COLOMBIA NEWS - Four people who were supposed to be on the plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team that crashed in Colombia decided...

Abuse of horses will result in jail time: report

The Colombian Environmental Secretary announced that mistreatment of horses will result in arrest and fines, local news sources reported on Friday. According to the Ministry...

PROFILE: Maduro, The Bodyguard Who Became Leader

Not so long ago, the president-elect was a hate figure among Chávez supporters There was a time – not too long ago – that many...

Compensating Colombia’s victims of violence will take time – president

This picture shows images from an art exhibition set up in memory of victims of conflict in Colombia. The exhibition featured images in memory of...

Cali Union Workers in Support of National Strike

Hundreds of union workers in health and education participated Tuesday in a march of city centre, in support of the national strike that began...

Colombia Miss Universe 2013 contestant premieres traditional dress

With the buildup for the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in full swing, Colombia’s contestant came out in a traditional ensemble Monday during the preliminary...

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No-go areas in Medellin

https://colombiareports.com/go-areas-medellin/Tourism in Medellin has grown massively over the past years. However, there are still places that are still too dangerous or too boring.

Colombia’s Massive March For Public Education (Photos)

Over 100,000 students, professors, and university directors in Colombia participated in the National March in Defense of Higher Education earlier this month to demand higher budgets for the country's 32 public universities and for...

Senator Uribe Won’t Rule Out Colombia Intervention in Venezuela

Alvaro Uribe, former president and current senator of Colombia, is not ruling out the possibility that the best way to help Venezuela overcome the serious humanitarian crisis it faces, caused by the Maduro dictatorship,...

Thousands March in Defense Of Public Universities

Thousands of students, professors, and university directors of 32 public universities in Colombia participated in the National March in Defense of Higher Education to demand higher budgets and transparency from the national government Wednesday. Ahead...

Unlocking the secrets of fragile X in Colombia

It’s late afternoon in Ricaurte, a tiny town tucked into the Colombian Andes, when Mercedes Triviño, 82, lights the wood stove to start preparing dinner. Smoke fills the two-bedroom home she shares with six...

Colombia Takes Aim at “Narcotourism”, Closes Pablo Escobar Museum

The closure of the Pablo Escobar Museum in Medellín, Colombia, represents a serious blow to the narcoculture that has taken root in the city, where tourists see a perfect opportunity to reminisce about the...

Coffee farmers struggle to adapt to Colombia’s changing climate

In Colombia’s coffee-producing region of Risaralda, small trees run along the sharp incline of the Andes Mountains, carefully tended in tidy rows. Thousands of green coffee berries turn brilliant red as they ripen, ready...

Colombia to Host Meeting with Ecuador, Peru on Venezuelan Migrant Issue

BOGOTA - Officials from Colombia, Ecuador and Peru will meet in Bogota next week to seek a solution to a growing exodus of migrants overwhelming South American countries as they flee a devastating economic...

Referendum on Proposed Anti-Corruption Laws Falls Short in Colombia

A set of anti-corruption initiatives in Colombia failed to attract the required number of votes Sunday, despite earning nearly 100 percent support of the voters. Over 11 million Colombians voted to approve the seven initiatives,...

Venezuelan women turn to sex work in Colombia

Venezuelan women are being driven into the sex trade in Colombia in order to survive, a Sky News investigation has found. Scores of women were found touting for business on the streets of the border...

Venezuelan economic crisis tears families as they flee into Colombia

Crowds of families sit with their cases and bags underneath the trees on the border with Colombia and Venezuela. One woman with tears streaming down her face tells Sky News how she has been forced...

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