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Playing for Fans Who Travel, Dominicans Feel Right at Home Click Here to Open in a New Window
Jose Bautista had to throw a runner out at home in the ninth to send the Dominican Republic to extra innings against Colombia, but the game turned into a rout.
United States, With a Halting First Step, Chases Its First World Baseball Classic Title Click Here to Open in a New Window
It took the Americans 10 innings to get past Colombia, a team with few major league players. Next up is a much more formidable foe: the Dominican Republic.
With Rebels Gone, Colombia Jumps Into the Pot Industry Click Here to Open in a New Window
The government, which has received billions in American aid to eradicate the drug trade, will license a small number of companies to cultivate medical marijuana.
Looking at All Sides in Colombia’s Conflict Click Here to Open in a New Window
After years of photographing in various parts of Colombia, Alvaro Ybarra now wants to put his photos, and hopefully those of others, into an archive that will help the country heal.
A Deadly Peace in Colombia as FARC Disarms Click Here to Open in a New Window
Colombia’s FARC rebels are taking the first steps to end their decades-long rebellion. But the lands the group ruled are now up for grabs, and locals fear those who may seize control.
Bomb Explodes Near Colombia Bullring, Injuring Dozens of Officers Click Here to Open in a New Window
A homemade device left in a sewer exploded in Bogotá on Sunday, the authorities said, injuring two dozen police officers and two civilians.
Corruption Scandals With Brazilian Roots Cascade Across Latin America Click Here to Open in a New Window
Years of investigations have resulted in 77 Brazilian Odebrecht executives signing plea deals, and now officials across the region are facing legal trouble.
2nd Colombian Rebel Group Steps Up to the Table for Peace Talks Click Here to Open in a New Window
The National Liberation Army, Colombia’s second-largest rebel group, follows in the footsteps of the largest one in moving closer to ending a 52-year conflict.
Corruption Scandal Ensnares Leaders of Peru and Colombia Click Here to Open in a New Window
Alejandro Toledo, a former president of Peru, was accused of taking $20 million in bribes, and Colombian prosecutors said their leader’s campaign might have received improper donations.
President Duterte Is Repeating My Mistakes Click Here to Open in a New Window
When I was president of Colombia, I learned that a “war on drugs’’ is unwinnable.





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