Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is under the spotlight over his questionable business relationship with both Colombia and the United Arab Emirates that includes a contract worth £30 million.
Some 400 people in the southwest of Colombia have suffered severe damage to their homes or businesses after an exceptionally heavy beginning of this year’s first rainy season.
The FARC will maintain a unilateral ceasefire agreed to in December 2014, rebel negotiator Ivan Marquez said Monday, the day the Colombian military accused the guerrillas of the second breach within a week.
Former President Alvaro Uribe himself should be held legally responsible for the 2004 bribery of Congress that allowed his 2006 reelection, one of the convicted politicians said.
Former Colombia president Alvaro Uribe was embarrassed on Thursday after retweeting a pornographic post.
Colombia’s goalkeeper has topped the table for the highest win ratio of any player in England’s Premier League, with a rate of 91.7% success.
Aniceto Molina, the composer of some of Colombia’s most iconic cumbias, died in a hospital in Texas on Monday.
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