You’re unemployed, down on your luck, and you find a bundle of banknotes and an electricity bill. Would you pay it? That’s exactly what one Colombian woman did in Bogotá, and she even left a note!
Members of Colombia's Marxist FARC guerrillas will meet U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Cuba, a spokeswoman for Colombia's government peace negotiators said on Sunday, adding a twist to a historic visit to the island by U.S. President Barack Obama.
Colombia’s central bank raised its benchmark lending rate on Friday to 6.5%, the seventh consecutive monthly increase, as policymakers grapple with high inflation figures and a deep current account deficit.
Eighty-four percent of Colombia’s children were born outside of marriage, a record in Latin America, according to a global study.The report, prepared by the Child Trends and Social Trends Institute gathered information from 49 countries.
Colombia’s largest labor unions and a myriad of social and student organizations begun a major national strike on Thursday, citing major nonconformity with the government’s socio-economic policies.