Three months into Colombia’s largest manhunt since Pablo Escobar, police said Sunday that authorities are “right behind” “Otoniel,” the elusive boss of the neo-paramilitary Urabeños group.
Of the 23 Colombians who were in Nepal on Saturday, when a 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed more than 3,700 in the Asian country, two were still missing on Monday and feared Full Article »
Engineering work ordered by Colombia’s constitutional court that would allow the country’s main coal railway to operate at night was blocked by protesters shortly after the work got under way Full Article »
A major manhunt in the northwest of Colombia to catch Urabeños leader “Otoniel” has not led to the arrest of Colombia’s most prominent narco, but has resulted in the arrest Full Article »
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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