World Mar 4, 2015

Colombia detains China-flagged ship for illegal arms transport

Colombian authorities detained a China-flagged ship traveling to Cuba for illegally transporting around 100 tons of gunpowder and other materials used to make explosives and arrested the captain, the attorney general's office said. The vessel was stopped on Saturday in the northern port of Cartagena, ...

Abe talks up trade ties with Latin American alliance

Business Aug 3, 2014

Abe talks up trade ties with Latin American alliance

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed eagerness Saturday to bolster economic and trade ties with the four Latin American nations that make up the Pacific Alliance, after accelerating the conclusion of a free trade agreement with Colombia. "Let's strengthen economic relations between Japan and Latin America ...

National Jul 28, 2014

Japan, Colombia to cooperate on natural resource development

Japanese and Colombian leaders are expected to agree Tuesday that the countries will cooperate in promoting Japanese investment in developing the Latin American country's natural resources, a Japanese delegation source said Sunday. In a joint statement to be released after talks in Bogota between Prime ...

Rodriguez fires Colombia by Uruguay, into last eight

Soccer / World Cup Jun 29, 2014

Rodriguez fires Colombia by Uruguay, into last eight

A sensational display from James Rodriguez fired Colombia into the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time on Saturday with the attacking midfielder scoring twice in a 2-0 victory over Uruguay including a contender for goal of the tournament. Rodriguez became the World Cup's top ...

U.S. secretly helps Colombia kill rebel leaders

World Dec 22, 2013

U.S. secretly helps Colombia kill rebel leaders

by Dana Priest

The 50-year-old Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), once considered the best-funded insurgency in the world, is at its smallest and most vulnerable state in decades, due in part to a CIA covert action program that has helped Colombian forces kill at least two ...