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Scientists and indigenous people unite to save Colombian condor
Scientists and members of the Kokonuko indigenous people walk through Colombia's Purace National Park in south-west Colombia to watch condors and install a camera, as they conduct the first-ever census of the bird that is emblematic of the Andes mountain range.
Colombia faces conundrum over drug lord Pablo Escobar’s hippos
The hippo population has expanded dramatically, with experts warning there could be as many as 1,500 by 2035 if nothing is done.
Here’s how Colombians celebrate New Year’s Eve
Quality and Sustainability: Why Colombia could become the next exporting giant
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Colombia is set to become one of the world’s largest food exporters. If it succeeds, Europe will be seeing more Colombian produce on its supermarket shelves than ever before.
Hurricane Iota cuts comms of island as president arrives with aid
Colombian President Iván Duque landed in the San Andrés archipelago Tuesday to deliver humanitarian aid in the wake of Hurricane Iota.
Protest in Bogota
The indigenous people of Colombia are protesting against the violence to which they are subjected.
13 killed in clashes in Bogota after a man dies in police custody
Three nights of unrest in Bogota began after a video went viral on social media showing a man, Javier Ordonez, being repeatedly tasered by police as he's arrested.
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Colombian priest holds mass in drive-in Cinema
Quarantine restrictions have not been lifted in Colombia after almost five months of stay-at-home orders.
Bogota police bid to arrest boredom of Colombians amid lockdown
Police in the Colombian capital Bogota have been leading stretching and dance exercises from the street.
Abortion activists clash in Colombia
Hundreds protest tax reforms in Colombia
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Bogota on Tuesday to call on Colombian President Ivan Duque to abandon plans for tax reform.
Curfew imposed in Bogotá to curb violent protests
Latin America protest wave crashes into Colombia
Bolivia, Chile and Ecuador are among Latin American countries to see protests in recent months. Now it's Colombia's turn.
Animals lovers in Colombia take to the streets to combat abuse
People and their pets marched together in the streets of Bogota, Colombia on Sunday (September 01) to demand their government do more to protect animals from mistreatment and abuse.
Dissident FARC rebels killed in Colombia after taking up arms again
It comes after former FARC commanders Ivan Marquez and Jesus Santrich announced on YouTube that they were going to take up arms again.
Venezuelan migrants protest after Ecuador shuts border crossing
Ecuador shut its border on Monday (August 26) to hundreds of Venezuelans waiting to cross, as new restrictions from Quito on migrants fleeing the OPEC nation come into effect.
Tour de France winner Bernal gets hero's welcome in Colombian hometown
Bernal rode into the central square of Zipaquira on his bike wearing the Tour's famed yellow jersey
Colombia hoping to be 'Latin American Silicon Valley,' president tells Euronews
Colombian President Ivan Duque has been telling creative industry experts, gathered on the French Riveria, how he's focusing on the Orange economy to drive growth and employment.
Colombia hopes to be 'Latin American Silicon Valley,': Ivan Duque
Colombia hoping to be 'Latin American Silicon Valley,' president tells Euronews.
Venezuela's exodus: UN agencies say four million people have now fled
Watch: Locals paint the town red in Colombia tomato throwing festival
Venezuela crisis: Guaido defiant after failed coup attempt
Colombia: Heavy rains unleash deadly landslide
Venezuelans wade across border river in exodus to Colombia
Colombian rice growers fight climate change with Japanese tech
Japanese researchers and a private company help Colombian farmers increase their rice production and use less water, using mobile technology.