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Colombia invests $1.5 million in tourism

Colombia’s government will invest almost $1.5 million to partner with airlines and private companies in order to increase tourism in the country, which already jumped 7.34% in 2013.

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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 investing $250 million to join the 4G club.

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Colombia military meet Farc rebels

The Colombian military has held its first meeting with Farc rebel leaders at peace talks in Havana.

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Colombia victims join peace talks

A group of victims from five decades of conflict in Colombia has for the first time joined left-wing Farc rebels and government negotiators in peace talks.

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Guajira: Drought and corruption

In the expanse of desert, which encompasses the central La Guajira department, there are bridges, which lead nowhere. As one heads north from Uribia through cactus groves and dunes engulfing thatched huts, you enter the Carrisal desert, home to the subsistence farms of the Wayúu peoples.

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Surging Peso hurts Colombia’s farmer exports

Colombia’s currency increasing value against the dollar makes it harder for local farmers to compete in foreign markets

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San Andres island leading beach destination

Colombia’s little gem in the Caribbean, San Andres Island, has been awarded the title of Leading Beach Destination in South America at the 2014 World Travel Awards, held in Quito, Ecuador.

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Sleeping on stilts in the Amazon

At Brazil’s largest nature reserve, travellers can stay in treehouses, paddle past alligators and pick acai berries – but only 1,000 visitors a year are allowed in.

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This Pill Can Stop HIV

The drug that could end the HIV pandemic is already here. Branded Truvada, this pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) prevents HIV infection by blocking the virus’s ability to replicate.

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Make driving fun in Bogotá

A good way to cope with driving in Bogotá is to treat it like one big adventure. I had this revelation just after hitting a pothole that sent my backseat passengers into orbit. “Yippee, we’re landing on the moon” shouted my daughter with glee.

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Putin and Argentine Leader Agree on Nuclear Power Project

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia and his Argentine counterpart signed deals on nuclear energy a

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Football in Latam - Jogo complicado

The history of the beautiful game in Latin America can be quite ugly:ethnic divisions within count

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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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Surging Peso hurts Colombia’s farmer exports

Colombia’s currency increasing value against the dollar makes it harder for local farmers to compete

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A legend that lives on

Guatavita is a small green lake set in a crater in the hills north of Bogotá. The fact you need to c

Wednesday, 6 August 2014 Comments

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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

Thursday, 29 May 2014 Comments

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What You Should Know Before Making A Major Life Change

For many people, working out how to change something, especially a bad habit, is one of the most fru

Monday, 11 August 2014 Comments

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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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Colombia invests $1.5 million in tourism

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Sleeping on stilts in the Amazon

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Atentados y FARC

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How Tests Make Us Smarter

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