Jailed hacker Andres Fernando Sepulveda was transferred to a bunker of Colombia’s Prosecutor General’s Office from his prison cell over matters of security, Colombian media reported on Wednesday.
President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday inaugurated Colombia’s new Congress. The president called on the legislators, elected in what observers called the most fraudulent elections in recent history, to support ongoing Full Article »
Colombia has proposed a national education budget that will for the first time surpass that of the defense and police sector, local media reported.
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos appointed the first minister to his new cabinet since being re-elected last month, according to a statement from the President late on Monday.
The United Nations warned President Juan Manuel Santos Thursday that Colombia’s ongoing peace process with the FARC rebel group, the country’s largest, will not be sufficient to adress the deepening humanitarian crisis in Full Article »
Colombia’s Supreme Court authorized the continuation of destroying machines used in illegal mining activities, according to local media reports on Friday.
Just one day after the launch of a new bilingual initiative, Colombia’s minister of education announced that more than half of the country’s teachers do not speak English.
President Juan Manuel Santos told Colombia his administration’s roughly $90-billion budget proposal for 2015 is meant to “achieve peace with prosperity,” placing a special emphasis on social spending, according to local media.