Colombia

Colombia's Apiarists Say Avocado Buzz Is Killing Bees

For the second time in two years, Gildardo Urrego is scooping up piles of dead bees after an invisible evil invaded his hives in northwest Colombia, wreaking havoc among his swarms.

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River Plate Unable To Meet Starlet’s Financial Demands As His Future With The Argentine Side Is...

Rafael Santos Borré’s venture with River Plate seems to be coming to an end as the Argentine side cannot meet the Colombia international’s financial demands.  Marca Claro reports that Los... Click Story Headline Above To...

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How Colombia’s Drug Cartels Almost Bought A Russian Submarine

Alex Hollings History, The former Soviet Union gained a reputation for offloading military hardware to the highest bidder. In 2019, footage of a U.S. Coast Guard interdiction of a homemade drug smuggling submarine took the world by storm, and...
Related topics: Military

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Colombia: un Rights Office Hails probes On Extrajudicial Killings as ‘important Step’ In...

The UN human rights office, OHCHR, welcomed on Friday, progress on the investigation in Colombia of people falsely presented as having been killed in combat as "an important step in fighting impunity". 
Related topics: Human Rights

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Trump's Defence Begins; Cuomo Coverup; Massacres In Colombia

GoFundMe reveals how many Americans have resorted to begging for essentials, while Congress continues haggling over relief.

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How 1.1 Billion Flowers Are Imported And Inspected In The Us For Valentine's Day Each Year

Most Valentine's Day flowers in US grocery stores come from farms in Colombia.Roses, daisies, and other flowers have as little as 48 hours to be cut and flown to Miami.In Miami, workers with Customs and Border Protection inspects the flowers for...

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Venezuelan Migrants Welcome New Colombian Protection Measure

Venezuelan migrants in Colombia welcomed a historic decision by that country to grant them protection for the next 10 years and are hoping the measure will make it easier to get jobs and access social services

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Canadian, Us Cannabis Corporations Threaten Colombia's Indigenous Communities

Why the Misak people oppose cannabis monocrops on their land Misak People in the department of Cauca, Colombia. Wairaquetzal/Flickr (CC BY 2.0) This story was originally published on Media.coop; an edited version is published on Global Voices. In...
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Fear And Love Surround Escobar's Hippos Thriving In Colombia

Tucked between mountain ranges, the sprawling palace of Pablo Escobar was home to kangaroos, giraffes, elephants and other exotic animals—a private zoo of illegally imported animals that was the greatest ostentation of the feared drug kingpin as...

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Un Chief Welcomes Colombia’s ‘act Of Solidarity’ With 1.7 Million Venezuelans

The United Nations Secretary-General, on Monday, applauded the announcement by the President of Colombia that the country will provide temporary protection to all Venezuelans on its territory. 

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Colombia To Give Temporary Protective Status To Venezuelan Migrants

Colombia will give temporary protective legal status to Venezuelan migrants, President Ivan Duque said Monday in a joint announcement with United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi. The status will allow the migrants to work...

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Maduro Claims Terror Attacks Against Venezuela Being Plotted In Colombia, Spain

Last week, Colombian President Ivan Duque urged Bogota’s allies to continue the “diplomatic siege” against the government of President Nicolas Maduro. In January, the European Union announced that it no longer sees Venezuelan opposition figure...
Related topics: Venezuela, Spain, Bogota

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Death Threat Against 11-year-old Activist Outrages Colombia

A social media death threat aimed at an 11-year-old environmental activist has roused outrage in Colombia,  a nation where attacks on social leaders are common and threats are taken seriously
Related topics: Activism, Social Media

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Former Colombian Paramilitary Leader Arrested

A former paramilitary leader in Colombia is in custody in the South American country Tuesday, a day after being deported from United States, where he served a 16-year sentence for drug trafficking. A spokesman for Colombia’s Ministry...

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A Former Paramilitary Leader In Colombia Is In Custody In The South American Country

A former paramilitary leader in Colombia is in custody in the South American country Tuesday, a day after being deported from United States, where he served a 16-year sentence for drug trafficking. A spokesman for Colombia’s Ministry...

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Alleged Ufo Sighting Sparks Online Talk Of Suspected Alien Base In Colombia

While the blogger went on to make some rather bold speculations about what the video of the suspected alien craft could imply, at least one netizen complained about the quality of the recording.
Related topics: World Videos

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Colombia: Criminal Elements Use Violence And Intimidation To ‘stamp Out’ Leaders’ Voices

Illegally-armed groups and criminal organizations in Colombia are determined to “drive out State institutions and stamp out the voice of social leaders” through violence and intimidation, the head of the UN mission in the country told the...

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Escobar's Legacy: Colombian Scientists Urge To Stop Invasion Of 'cocaine Hippos', Reports Say

The animals were imported to Colombia by notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, who was shot dead by police in 1993. The authorities then seized control of his 7,000-acre estate with a personal zoo, but at least four hippos managed to escape.
Related topics: Police

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Boat With More Than 20 Migrants Sinks Off Colombia’s Coast

Rescue workers in Colombia are trying to locate more than 20 migrants whose boat sank as it tried to reach Panama
Related topics: Panama

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Woman Arrested In Colombia After Child Abuse Report Made In Colorado

A child abuse report in Colorado led law enforcement officers to a 23-year-old woman in another country. The investigation started on Dec. 13 in El Jebel when a man told the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office that Morgan Abrums was sending him pictures...

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