Restaurant owner Jorge Rodriguez is one of 1700 people from Colombia currently living in in Berlin. We visit him in his restaurant Macondo where he prepares beef with plantains, an old family recipe.
3.5 million tourists in 2016: since Colombia has taken first steps on the road to peace, the home of world famous Latin American writer Gabriel García Márquez is becoming increasingly attractive as a travel destination.
The people of Mocoa are in shock. The disaster there has claimed around 300 lives, and the full extent of the devastation is only just starting to become apparent. Meanwhile, the media are celebrating a hero.
Venezuela's newly installed constituent assembly has formally taken over the powers of the opposition-led congress. In fear for her life, the country's former top prosecutor Luisa Ortega fled the Colombia.
Gabriel García Márquez is one of the best-known writers in the world and honored as a national hero in Colombia, his homeland.
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