The Medellín Metal Scene Through the Lens of a Brazilian Photographer
Daniel Motta's work documents the life of one of the most important metal scenes in Latin America.
Juan Sebastián Barriga Ossa
Inside the Colombian Kitchen That's Making Rebels and Soldiers into Chefs
Former FARC guerrillas work right alongside demobilised Colombian army soldiers in the kitchens of Juan Manuel Barrientos' acclaimed restaurants.
"El Titan" and Heavy Metal in Pablo Escobar's Medellín
Remembering "the Colombian Bruce Dickinson" who survived the drug wars and inspired a generation of South American metalheads
Alex De Moller
Being Gay in Rural Colombia Ain't Easy
Where "straight" guys aren't so straight – until they're harassing you.
Julio C. Londoño Á.
Wiz Khalifa Smoked Next to Pablo Escobar's Grave and Pissed Off Colombia
TFW the blunt hits and you forget about the drug wars.
Bolivian Government Officially Blames Pilot, Airline for Chapecoense Disaster
Although they haven't listed the exact cause of the crash, the Bolivian government is officially blaming the pilot, Miguel Quiroga, and the charter airline in a new report.
Brazilian Football Team Chapecoense Involved In Deadly Plane Crash Outside Medellin
Chapecoense were travelling to Medellin for the final of the Copa Sudamericana, before their plane came down outside the Colombian city with up to 76 passengers killed.
The Nazi-Loving Drug Lord Who Revolutionised the Cocaine Smuggling Industry
When Carlos "Crazy Charlie" Lehder of the Medellin cartel, was eventually taken down for his drug crimes, the prosecutors compared his cocaine transportation system to what Henry Ford was to automobiles.
These Were the Faces of the Crowd During Richie Hawtin's Recent Set In Bogotá, Colombia
Because what better way to examine the power of music than the look you make when the bass hits?
Juan Pablo López M.
How Pablo Escobar's Legacy of Violence Drives Today's Cartel Wars - Part 1
In part one of our three-part documentary, we meet two DEA agents who spent years on the trail of the elusive king of cocaine and became the basis for Netflix's show, 'Narcos.'
The Outta My Way, I’m Walking Here Issue
The Deadly Battle over Colombia’s Precious Metals
Mining operations are often intertwined – voluntarily or otherwise – with Colombia's criminal underworld. Many mines pay an extortion tax to whichever armed group is in charge of the region.
A Peace Deal with Colombia's Marxist Guerrillas Won't Fix Latin America's Cocaine Problem
Colombia's broader drug problem is, and always has been, that the global war on drugs has made cocaine production too profitable for too many people.