Sonic Tomfoolery and Rhythmic Savvy From Systema Solar
Magnificent grooves carry big ideas in the music of this Colombian collective on “Rumbo a Tierra.”
Long Reads of 2016
Dig into some of the most deeply reported stories of 2016.
Colombia Needs Help to Make Peace Last
A half-century war has ended. But it will take many societal changes to build real peace. Promised aid from Washington will be crucial.
Colombia Reports Major Rise in Birth Defect Amid Zika Crisis
Four times as many babies were born with microcephaly this year as in 2015 in Colombia, home to the second-largest Zika epidemic after Brazil.
Bolivia Detains Chief of Airline in Colombia Crash
Investigators also seized files from the airline in a widening inquiry into the crash in Colombia of a jet carrying the Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense.
Brazilian Club Devastated by Crash Is Awarded Copa Sudamericana Title
The governing body of South American soccer also awarded Chapecoense’s opponent in the tournament final its Fair Play award for requesting the move.
At War Over the Right Kind of Peace
I was kidnapped by Colombia’s Marxist guerrillas and held for six and a half years. Here is how the country can move forward.
Peace in Colombia
Colombia’s Congress approved a deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Wednesday, a triumph in ratifying the peace agreement, an earlier version of which was rejected in a referendum.
Colombia’s Congress Approves Peace Accord With FARC
The vote was most likely the final hurdle in ratifying the troubled agreement whose earlier version had been rejected in a referendum this fall.
Doomed Jet Carrying Brazilian Team Reportedly Ran Out of Fuel
The pilot pleaded to make an immediate landing because of the situation, according to a recording leaked to Colombian news organizations.
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