Wes Michael Tomaselli
Squid are being sucked out of the the sea illegally, threatening to unbalance the entire marine ecosystem, said experts.
“Something that hasn’t worked in the last 40 years is something that’s just not going to work,” said one observer.
A new law allows foreign investors into the oil sector, which was nationalized by the founder of the country's 'revolution,' Hugo Chávez.
Lawmakers are likely to pass new legislation that will track the income of foreign journalists and mandate jail time for false news.
The agreement with the FARC guerrilla groups was aimed at bringing down violence. But organized crime is gunning ordinary citizens down in small towns around the country, and it’s getting worse.
Women left unemployed by the lockdown in Colombia have turned to webcams to make a living, and sex workers are flipping to use digital services to stay safe and isolated.
On its way from mine to market, illegally-extracted gold is trafficked from Venezuela through Guyana and is bypassing U.S sanctions.
Colombia’s Former FARC Rebels Finally Apologize for War Crimes Like Kidnappings and Forced Abortions
The apology, part of a national reconciliation effort, was a long time coming for the victims of the former guerrilla group.
Whether or not Salvatore Mancuso is sent home next week, he is a headache for President Iván Duque.
The brutal killings are a reminder to Colombians that ethnic minorities are the most affected by violence, and that peace is a long way off.
He’s accused of bribing witnesses and procedural fraud in a high-profile case against him.