Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced on Monday that the government is planning to cut down operating costs by $493 million.
The International Fair of Bogota (FIB) kicked off in Colombia’s capital on Monday, bringing together more than 700 companies from 15 countries to showcase the latest in industrial machinery, infrastructure technology, and Full Article »
Colombia’s president on Thursday presented the United Nations General Assembly the advances made in peace talks with rebel group FARC, as a bit of good news in a world caught up in Full Article »
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos on Wednesday suggested an initiative to recuperate the wildlife and environment following decades of armed conflict.
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos vowed this week that cases related to extra-judicial killings and human rights breaches committed by the Colombian military would never be tried in military courts.
As world leaders flock to New York for the United Nations (UN) General Assembly, local media reported Monday that President Juan Manuel Santos is scheduled to meet Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Full Article »
Colombia’s largest guerrilla group, the FARC, on Sunday denied links with neo-paramilitary group the Urabeños after an attack last week that left at least seven policemen dead and five more injured.