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India jump four places to 148 in latest Fifa rankings, Brazil enter top five

Sep 15, 2016

India jump four places to 148 in latest Fifa rankings, Brazil enter top five

The Indian football team jumped four places to be at 148th spot in the latest Fifa rankings released on Thursday, on the back of an impressive 4-1 win over higher-ranked Puerto Rico last week. #India #Brazil #Australia #Germany #FIFA #Iran #Argentina #KickingAround #Belgium #Colombia #Puerto Rico #AFC #Laos #Asian Football Confederation
Narcos season two review: A slow, addictive high that rises as Pablo Escobar falls

Sep 04, 2016

Narcos season two review: A slow, addictive high that rises as Pablo Escobar falls

If season one explored how Escobar took Medellín, Colombia and the whole of Miami by the balls with his cocaine smuggling business, season two deals with repercussions. #Netflix #review #Colombia #Wagner Moura #Season two #Narcos #Pablo Escobar #Narcos season two
Colombia, FARC rebels reach deal to end half-century-long war

Aug 25, 2016

Colombia, FARC rebels reach deal to end half-century-long war

Colombia's government and the country's biggest rebel group reached a historic deal on Wednesday evening for ending a half-century of hostilities in one of the world's longest-running and bloodiest armed conflicts. #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #peace talks #Colombia #Juan Manuel Santos #FARC #Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia #National Liberation Arm
Colombian government and rebels agree on demobilization plan | Reuters

Aug 06, 2016

Colombian government and rebels agree on demobilization plan | Reuters

HAVANA Colombia's government and leftist FARC rebels took another step towards ending more than a half century of conflict on Friday, agreeing on a U.N.-supervised security protocol, timetable and other details for disarming the estimated 9,000 guerrillas. The announcement came after the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the government of President Juan Manuel Santos signed in June an historic agreement that stated they had reached deals on all major issues and established a de facto ceasefire and the parameters for the rebels to disarm and rejoin civil society. #United Nations #Government #President #Colombia #editing #united #revolutionary
Rio 2016: Neymar leads Brazil's quest for first football Olympic gold medal

Aug 03, 2016

Rio 2016: Neymar leads Brazil's quest for first football Olympic gold medal

Brazil has barely got over its World Cup disaster and now it is counting on star Neymar to finally deliver a treasured first football Olympic gold medal. #Barcelona #Brazil #Germany #Copa America #Olympics #Borussia Dortmund #Neymar #Colombia #Atlético Madrid #Rio 2016 #Olympics 2016 #Rogerio Micale #In the spotlight
1,00,000 Venezuelans cross into Colombia to buy food, medicine

Jul 18, 2016

1,00,000 Venezuelans cross into Colombia to buy food, medicine

Almost 1,00,000 Venezuelans, some of whom drove through the night in caravans, crossed into Colombia over the weekend to hunt for food and medicine that are in short supply at home. #Inflation #NewsTracker #Venezuela #Colombia #food shortage in Venezuela
Wales rise above England, Euro 2016 winners Portugal move to sixth in latest FIFA rankings

Jul 14, 2016

Wales rise above England, Euro 2016 winners Portugal move to sixth in latest FIFA rankings

Propelled by an impressive European Championship campaign, Wales climbed 15 places to move into 11th, two places ahead of England, in the FIFA world rankings released on Thursday. #Brazil #France #Copa America #Portugal #FIFA #England #Chile #Italy #Argentina #KickingAround #Belgium #Wales #Colombia #Euro 2016 #FIFA Rankings
Colombia's FARC probing rebel unit's opposition to peace deal | Reuters

Jul 08, 2016

Colombia's FARC probing rebel unit's opposition to peace deal | Reuters

HAVANA A leader of Colombia's FARC rebel group said on Thursday it was investigating why a breakaway unit is opposing a potential peace deal with the government that would end five decades of war. The Armando Rios First Front, a 200-strong FARC guerrilla unit in Colombia's southeastern jungle province of Guaviare, said in a statement on Wednesday that it will not lay down arms or demobilize under a peace accord #Business #Middle East #science #Argentina #Cuba #Colombia