Wednesday, 27th September 2023


18 Aug
A strong earthquake followed by dozens of aftershocks rattled central Colombia and the capital Bogota on Thursday, setting off sirens and sparking panic, authorities said.
13 Jun
The four Indigenous children rescued after wandering the Colombian Amazon for 40 days are recovering and in "high spirits", welfare officials said Monday, even drawing a picture thought to depict a missing army search dog.
14 May
Colombia's President Gustavo Petro urged a guerrilla group on Saturday to agree to a regional ceasefire aimed at ending decades of conflict after the two sides failed to ink a nation-wide deal this month.
22 Apr
The death toll from an explosion in a coal mine in Colombia rose to seven Friday with the discovery of four more bodies, officials said.
24 Mar
South Korea squandered a two-goal lead in Jurgen Klinsmann's first game in charge on Friday, having to settle for a 2-2 draw against Colombia.
1 Jan
Colombia's government has agreed to a six-month ceasefire with the five largest armed groups operating in the country, President Gustavo Petro announced on New Year's Eve.
5 Dec 2022
A landslide engulfed a road Sunday in Colombia, killing three people and leaving some 20 trapped in the mud, authorities said.
26 Nov 2022
International tourism is on track to reach 65 per cent of pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2022, as the sector continues to bounce back from the pandemic.
26 Oct 2022
Nigeria's U-17 girls, Flamingos, have already pulled up a few trees at the ongoing FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup finals in India, but they feel even more motivated to reach the championship match at the expense of Colombia
25 Oct 2022
When the Nigerian U-17 women national team confront their Colombian counterparts in the semifinal of the ongoing FIFA U-17 Women World Cup in Goa, India, tomorrow, the girls will not lack support from the stands.
13 Sep 2022
At least 17 people were killed over the last three days in Colombia in a spate of violent incidents, authorities said, highlighting the huge task facing President Gustavo Petro.
12 Sep 2022
At least 15 people were killed over the last two days in Colombia in a spate of violent incidents, authorities said, highlighting the huge task facing President Gustavo Petro. In the northern city of Barranquilla, six people were shot dead by gunmen on Monday morning while drinking in a bar. Police said the powerful Gulf…


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Armenia said Wednesday that nearly half of Nagorno-Karabakh's population has fled the enclave since Azerbaijan crushed the rebels' decades-long fight for an independent state last week. Yerevan's attempts to absorb the sea of homeless and hungry ethnic Armenians come with officials still trying to identify the whereabouts of more than 100 people reported missing in…
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Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has expressed worry over the spate of insecurity in Imo State ahead of the forthcoming November 11th governorship election in the state.
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The Federal Capital Territory Authority (FCTA) in partnership with Platinum X Art and Media Ltd has concluded plans to organise the ‘Abuja I Believe Carnival 2023” for residents of Abuja and other talented Nigerians in other states to showcase their talent.