Stagnant growth and falling commodity prices are themes for those participating in the world economic forum in the Colombian city of Medellin. For a long time, the city was a symbol of the famous drug cartel. The city has come a long way since then.
In Colombia, a gas firm is building a pipeline through a threatened ecosystem but is paying to protect plants and animals elsewhere. Is this compensation model a sensible way to protect nature?
The world needs to drastically cut its carbon emissions by 2050 to head off the worst effects of climate change. A new report highlights how cities could make a huge difference with local green initiatives.
Colombia is set to be the third Latin American country in the Paris-based economic group. President Juan Manuel Santos praised the membership as key to the country's efforts to modernize.
Colombia is one of the leading producers and traffickers of cocaine and the United States is its main consumer. Trump said the US is the South American nation's "best friend and ally" in the fight against illicit drugs.
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