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Las conversaciones de la Habana antes privadas, han dejado una estela de especulaciones en la opinión pública sobre los puntos de acuerdo tratado en las mesas de negociación, mismo que ha servido de caldo de cultivo a los detractores de los diálogos.

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Weights Before Cardio?

What is more effective for an hour of exercise — 30 minutes of cardio and 30 minutes of weight lifting? Or vice versa ? Is there a science on which should be done first?

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'Anti-Facebook,' Pro-Privacy Website Goes Viral

In a matter of days, the new social network Ello, described as the "anti-Facebook" for its stand on privacy and advertising, has become perhaps the hottest ticket on the Internet.

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Animal Whose Numbers Please No One

Hunters armed with telescopic rifles roam this archipelago at Latam´s southern tip in pickup trucks as they pick off their prey: the guanaco.

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The gentle side of Pasto

The pilot swerved through the darkening storm clouds trying to find a patch of mountain and some visible tarmac in which to come to a screeching halt.

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No “secrets” in Havana

If “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas,” then there is some truth to this with the state of the peace talks in Havana, Cuba

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Film ‘Mateo’ chosen to represent Colombia at 2015 Oscars

Colombia’s branch of the Academy of Arts and Cinematography has chosen the movie ‘Mateo’ to represent the country at the 2015 Oscar Awards.

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Colombian women's group wins UN refugee prize

Fighting for women's rights in the Colombian municipality of Buenaventura can be a dangerous task, and Gloria Amparo Arboleda knows it just too well.

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Colombia’s inflation rate accelerates unexpectedly

Colombia’s inflation rate rose more than predicted in August, ending a period of 22 months below targeted inflation range.

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Chicha: Bitter brew of history

If the mortals brewed it, then the Gods consumed it. That, in theory, could sum up the relationship Latin American tribal leaders had with a bitter brew, which over time became the stuff of legend and a strange concoction peddled on the streets of Bogotá.

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Football in Latam - Jogo complicado

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Colombia telecom market shaken up by major merger

Telecom companies Tigo and Une announced a merger on Tuesday, and Avantel reported that it is invest

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As Venezuela fights smugglers, parts of Colombia go hungry

Hovering over a large metal bowl as hungry cats and dogs looked on, Claudina Enrique carved up a goa

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Collective Intelligence in the town of Palomino

Palomino is a village of 4,000 inhabitants located in the Guajira, Colombia. Being a population high

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Mountaintop blasted to build huge telescope

The top of a 3,000m-high (10,000ft) mountain in Chile has been blown up to make way for the world's

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