To beat the coronavirus, Colombia tries to limit number of people in streets by separating men and women
Bogotá, Colombia’s capital and largest city, joined Panama this week in instituting a gender-based virus-prevention measure designed to limit the number of people in the streets
Lockdowns multiply globally as coronavirus strains health systems; three US cities, Germany's Bavaria move to restrict residents
Major streets and highways were deserted in many parts of the world as curfews and lockdowns multiplied in the face of a rapidly advancing coronavirus that is severely straining many health systems
Bengaluru is the most traffic-congested city in the world, according to a report released by location technology company TomTom
Roger Federer reveals how he broke down after cancellation of exhibition match against Alexander Zverev due to riots in Bogota
Roger Federer admits he suffered a bit of a breakdown during last month’s tour of Mexico and South America after rioting in Colombian capital Bogota forced him to cancel his exhibition match against German’s Alexander Zverev.
Mumbai’s traffic flow worst in the world, Delhi at fourth spot, finds report; congestion down in two cities from 2018
Traffic flow in Mumbai is the worst in the world while Delhi is close behind at fourth position, according to a new report detailing the traffic situation in 56 countries
Man Booker International Prize 2019 shortlist announced; Annie Ernaux, Olga Tokarczuk among authors named
Of the six works under consideration for the Man Booker International Prize 2019 is author Olga Tokarczuk's Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead, translated into English by Antonia Lloyd-Jones.
Car bomb attack at Colombia police cadet training academy leaves 21 dead; government declares three days of mourning
The bomber – who authorities confirmed was killed in the attack – struck at Colombia's General Francisco de Paula Santander Officer's School in the south of Bogota during a promotion ceremony for cadets
Donald Trump to become first US president to skip South American summit, will stay back to 'oversee response to Syria'
President Donald Trump plans to send Vice-President Mike Pence to an upcoming summit in South America the president has decided to skip
At least five police officers were killed and 41 others wounded when alleged drug traffickers detonated a remote controlled bomb at a station in Colombia
Colombia explosion: 5 security officials killed, 41 injured in attack at police station in Barranquilla
At least five police officers were killed and 41 others wounded in Colombia's Barranquilla when alleged drug traffickers detonated a remote controlled bomb at a station.
Pope Francis heads into an area once besieged by leftist rebels to pray with victims of Colombia's long conflict and urge them to overcome their grief by forgiving their former
A police officer was injured on Monday in an attack on a United Nations mission monitoring the disarming of FARC rebels in Colombia
The Colombian emergency crews have ended their rescue efforts at two coal mines, where an explosion left at least 13 miners dead and one injured
Colombia mall bombing: Leaders vow that attack wouldn't disrupt nation's peace process; probe into assault still on
Colombia's leaders and main rebel groups pledged that a mall bombing that killed three women would not disrupt the country's peace process, even as authorities scrambled to find out who was behind the carnage.
Colombia's capital Bogota has seen dramatic improvement in security over the past decade as the country's long-running conflict has wound down.
Tennis roundup: Teen Marketa Vondrousova, Borna Coric win 1st titles; Steve Johnson downs Thomaz Bellucci
World number 233 Marketa Vondrousova, Croatia's Borna Coric, former Grand Slam champion Francesca Schiavone and American Steve Johnson were among the winners last week.
Verizon Communications Inc, the No. 1 U.S. wireless carrier, is selling 29 data centers in the United States and Latin America to Equinix Inc for $3.6 billion, as the telecom giant focuses on its core business.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed a revised peace agreement with the country's largest rebel movement on Thursday, making a second attempt within months to end a half century of hostilities.
Everything was ready: once approved, Colombia's peace deal would trigger a financial windfall, boost the economy and encourage investment.
Colombia will free some imprisoned ELN guerrillas so they can take part in peace talks due to open on 27 October, a facilitator said on Tuesday.