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Colombia’s rebel-held general a bookish strategist

The general whose capture by rebels has put Colombia’s peace talks on hold is one of the country’s foremost counterinsurgency strategists who once received his officer’s insignia from the hands of U.S. Army Gen. David Petraeus.

Lithium batteries boost alternative energies

Recent advances in this novel technology would allow having ion-lithium batteries with 500 kms (800 miles) of autonomy on environmentally friendly vehicles and large assembly lines which could allow interacting with entities such as a university.

The dead are in demand in Colombian town

Leidi de Jesus Garzón approached a 10-foot wall of cubby-hole crypts and placed an offering of rum and holy water at the mouth of a tomb.

Colombian volcanoes, to the eyes of children

Colombia has more than 40 volcanoes, 15 are active and produce some type of threat to communities located near their area of influence.

The Colombian who teaches Colombian to Colombians

Ever spoken to someone who speaks the same language as you, and not understood what they were talking about?


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