It was 1974 and Colombia was celebrating. The Fédération Internationale de Football Association had just chosen the South American country to host the 1986 World Cup. The visionary dreams of the Colombian sports director, Alfonso Senior, were being fulfilled and the people were bursting with joy to see that their country was on the verge of great...
Pablo Escobar's hippos find a favorable habitat between Medellín and Bogotá. At night they have large areas to graze. Unlike in Africa, they do not have to contend with natural predators in Colombia.
Colombia put into operation the Line Tunnel (La Línea), 8.5 kilometers (five miles) long and the longest in Latin America, which is considered one of the most important infrastructure works for the country after more than a decade of construction.
The Colombian airline Avianca Holdings filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 in the United States after the coronavirus pandemic forced it to suspend passenger transportation from mid-March, reducing its consolidated revenue by more than 80 percent, the company said Sunday.
Urban music singer J Balvin released his sixth studio album, entitled "Colors". Balvin hopes that his new production will act as an antidote to the anxiety caused by the quarantine in many countries.
With a devaluation of 11%, the Colombian peso was one of the currencies that lost most value against the dollar during 2019, without taking into account the quotations of the bolivar that practically disappeared from financial operations. This behavior is related to the profound uncertainty that the exchange market has presented in the last 12...
In a new report, the risk rating agency Standard and Poor's predicts that the Gross Domestic Product will grow by 3.2% in 2019, 3.2% in 2020 and 3.3% in 2021.
The Chamber of Commerce (CCB) pointed out that Bogotá is the third best city in Latin America for the development of financial technology businesses and that it is advancing by leaps and bounds in the formation of a fintech (financial technology) business ecosystem.
Pedro Luis Sanchez (name changed for safety purposes) has lived most of his life in Catatumbo, moving around with his family, always seeking economic stability. To achieve it, he, like nearly 200,000 peasants in this region of Norte de Santander, made up of 11 municipalities, lives off the coca leaf plantations.
A unique case in the world, which gives great hope in the search for the prevention or cure of Alzheimer's, was discovered in Medellín.