Animal experts, veterinary clinics, and pet store owners in the coffee-growing region of Caldas in central Colombia have reported the use of marijuana to reduce aggressiveness and anxiety in pets.
Colombia’s Ministry of Defense announced Tuesday the confirmation of national military and police chiefs, who are all to remain the same, according to official press statements.
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos requested that the International Court of Justice (ICJ) overturn a lawsuit claiming that Colombia must cede 200 nautical miles of territorial waters to Nicaragua.
President Juan Manuel Santos expressed his support for a proposal to legalize marijuana for medical use in Colombia. According to the country’s president, “the war on drugs has failed.”
As the peace talks turn to victims reparation, the first dozen victims of the country’s 50 year armed conflict have been selected to take part in the Havana negotiations, Colombia’s local media Full Article »
Juan Manuel Santos appointed seven new ministers on Monday, resulting in a U Party majority in the presidential cabinet, local media reports.
‘Indignant against FIFA’ is suing the organization for $1.3 billion, claiming “negligence and fault” in the arbitration of the game that eliminated Colombia from the 2014 World Cup semifinals, local media reports.
Social organizations in Colombia’s northeastern desert have entered into an indefinite protest to demand national action in the face of an ongoing water crisis that may be deepened in the coming months, according Full Article »
Colombia’s Interior Minister is seeking to reach across the aisle to improve relations between President Juan Manuel Santos’ new cabinet and members of various opposition parties, Colombian media reported on Full Article »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, reelected in June and inaugurated on Thursday, vowed to successfully end peace talks with leftist rebels, while reducing poverty through improved education in his inaugural speech.