The hashtag #Yomepongounaminifaldayque, or “I wear a miniskirt, so what,” has sprung up online in response to a nightclub owner’s reaction to an alleged rape
Girls allegedly sold as soon as they turned 12
With my family in tow I’m heading towards La Macarena National Park in southern Colombia, which is home to spectacular buttes and canyons, crystalline rivers, and a riot of wildlife. Even before reaching the reserve, my kids …
Will the mermaid rescue Juan Valdez? Or will she send the mythical Colombian coffee farmer and his faithful donkey over an Andean mountain cliff? That’s the question Colombians are debating following the Aug. 26 announcement …
Was it a good-faith investment by a U.S. multinational in Colombia? Or a flagrant land grab?
That’s what Colombians are debating following revelations that the Minneapolis-based food giant Cargill Inc. acquired nearly …
President Juan Manuel Santos is facing criticism for his peace talks with Colombia’s FARC rebels, and he may soon find his path to re-election blocked by a wayward relative: his cousin Francisco Santos
The country’s Marxist guerrillas have pledged to stop shooting as peace talks with the government get underway—but in Colombia, nothing is ever that simple.
The International Court of Justice has awarded Nicaragua massive new maritime territory in a dispute with Colombia. Bogotá is angry — and analysts are skeptical that Managua can patrol such a large sea tract
After a ceremonial kickoff in Oslo, negotiations between Colombia’s government and Marxist guerrillas resume in Cuba next month. Colombians hope the rebels get back in touch with reality by then
Cuba is a fitting setting for the upcoming peace talks between the Colombian government and Marxist guerrillas – if only because it’s a cautionary example for both the right and the left in Latin America.
The conflict has lasted for nearly half-century. Can Santos finally bring it to an end via negotiations?
Syria’s foreign minister speaks, this week’s controversial visits by the Egyptian president and Colombia’s leader confirms peace talks with leftist rebels.
In southern Colombia, a tribe of indigenous people, the Nasa Indians, have risen up after being caught in the crossfire of a government offensive against leftist guerrillas. In mid-July, hundreds of Nasa, whose only weapons are …