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Can Colombia's indigenous Wayuu turn their centuries-old salt-mining into a source of jobs and education?
Using a century-old press, a Colombian artist spent six years illustrating Gabriel Garcia Marquez's famous tale.
Natives accuse Lima of using a US trade pact to hand their land to private investors.
As quick as the military tries to clear these hidden killers, guerrillas replant them.
Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba evokes strong reactions from supporters and detractors alike.
Peasants are angry about being pushed off their land for a hydroelectric project whose energy might not even go to Colombians.
Major arms purchases stoke fears of flaring regional tensions on an increasingly militarized continent.
Social networking organizes international protests against the Venezuelan president.
Panama, once one of Latin America's safest countries, is now home to gangs and drug violence.
Colombia's penitentiaries are increasingly filled with political prisoners accused of belonging to insurgent groups.
A photographic journey through the shantytowns of Cazuca where armed groups rule the street.
A young Colombian filmmaker makes a splash at Cannes with his new film.
Climate, poverty and violence contribute to malaria's reach.
A US proposal to invest in a Colombian air base sparks debate.
A lawsuit alleges that Drummond Company paid a right-wing paramilitary for protection.
The case of 11 young men allegedly killed by the army to boost body counts has again hit the headlines.
An artist known only by her pseudonym decorates Colombia's streets.
Threatening pamphlets have many Colombians worried.
Is President Obama cooling to a traditional American ally?
A Colombian entrepreneur has developed an international following for his protective attire.