The church of Bojaya after the FARC massacre that killed at least 74. (Photo: ADN)

FARC asks forgiveness for killing 79 in 2002 Bojaya massacre

Rebel group FARC on Thursday recognized its responsibility for the 2002 Bojaya massacre in western Colombia and asked forgiveness to the inhabitants of the town and the families of at least 79 locals  Full Article »

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Dec 1, 2014

Respect the privacy of my child: Shakira

posted by Robin Llewellyn
Respect the privacy of my child: Shakira

Shakira has asked the media to let her son Milan have “as normal a childhood as possible”, and to cease reporting on him now that he is no longer a  Full Article »

Perspective

Dec 10, 2014

Privilege and Peace

posted by Chelsey Dyer
Privilege and Peace

Margaret Mead, a once famous anthropologist, theorized that warfare is an invention created by humankind. She staunchly rejected the notion that war is a biological or sociological inevitably and argued that  Full Article »

Sports

Dec 9, 2014

Despite being fit, Falcao stays on bench and loses coach’s confidence

posted by Piotr Wojciak
Despite being fit, Falcao stays on bench and loses coach’s confidence

Radamel Falcao, Colombia’s most decorated soccer player of the past decade, continues his woes at the English club Manchester United despite recovering to full fitness.

Culture

Dec 12, 2014

Cali salsa; a history of slaves, Cuban bands and Mexican cinema

posted by Juan Pablo Acevedo
Cali salsa; a history of slaves, Cuban bands and Mexican cinema

A history of slavery, Cuban music, Mexican movies, foreign radio broadcasts, a disciplined collecting of vinyl records, and sounds from New York City all were key in the history of salsa in  Full Article »

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