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Maduro puts military on high alert, accuses Colombia of plotting attack
Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro, has put the military forces on high alert across the border with Colombia, in a move to counter a possible “threat of aggression” against his country.
Murder of hundreds of Colombian activists casts shadow over peace process
Indigenous leader Edwin Mauricio Capaz pulls on a bulletproof vest every day before getting into the armored car he uses to travel around the restive part of ​​southwest Colombia he calls home.
Banana industry on alert after disease arrives in Colombia
It might not be obvious at the supermarket, but the banana industry is fighting to protect the most popular variety of the fruit from a destructive fungus.
Egan Bernal rides into history, puts Colombian cycling on the map
Egan Bernal’s first bicycle was yellow, a prescient choice given he has become the first Colombian, and one of the youngest riders in history, to win the maillot jaune in the Tour de France.
Tour de France: Colombia's Bernel set to win title
Egan Bernal is poised to become the first Colombian to win the Tour de France, retaining his overall lead after the 20th and penultimate stage of the race.
Queiroz sees improvement in Colombia despite Chile loss
Colombia coach Carlos Queiroz put a positive spin on his side's penalty shootout elimination from the Copa America by champion Chile on Friday.
Factbox: Gold miners' rocky road in Colombia
Canada’s Continental Gold is on track to open a mine in Colombia in 2020 that will be the country’s first large-scale underground gold project in years.
Messi 'bitter' as Colombia stuns Argentina
Lionel Messi said his team was feeling bitter after Argentina lost its opening Copa America match 2-0 to Colombia despite dominating the second half.
'Driving Lessons' set for Colombia's Cartagena, steps closer to 2020 Oscars
Iranian short film 'Driving Lessons', directed by Marzieh Riahi, will take part in the competition section of the 59th Cartagena Film Festival in Colombia, slated for March 6-11.
Police teargas Venezuelan protesters at Colombia border amid aid row
Venezuelan police have fired tear gas canisters on raging crowds of anti-government protesters who wanted to cross the border into Colombia for work, amid opposition leader Juan Guaido's vow that humanitarian aid would enter the crisis-hit South American country in open defiance of President Nicolas Maduro.
Colombia's ELN rebels say deadly car bomb was legitimate act of war
Colombia’s ELN rebel group on Monday claimed responsibility for last week’s car bomb attack against a police academy that killed 21 as a legitimate act of war and urged President Ivan Duque to return to the negotiating table.
Iran condemns deadly bomb attack in Colombia
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman condemned a recent bomb attack in Colombia which claimed the lives of 21 people and injured dozens.
Colombia’s ELN rebels announce Christmas ceasefire
Colombia's ELN Marxist guerrilla group has announced a Christmas ceasefire as peace talks with the country's government have been on hold since August.
Colombia tribunal suspends awarding of mining licenses, gov't to appeal
A Colombian tribunal ordered the government on to suspend the awarding of mining licenses until it establishes protected areas, while the mines and energy ministry said it would appeal against the decision.
England finds new calmness to banish hoodoo
As captain Harry Kane walked away from the celebrating England fans after his team’s heart-stopping World Cup penalty shootout win over Colombia on Tuesday he looked so relaxed he could have been strolling to the corner shop for a bottle of milk.

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