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Colombia Dismisses Nicaragua's World Court Claims Over Maritime Boundaries

THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Lawyers for Colombia on Wednesday dismissed Nicaragua's claims before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), insisting...
Tags: Colombia, Nicaragua, Reuters Lawyers, International Court of Justice ICJ, World Court

Archies: Love starts with a great pasta

Pasta has always been a dish for love, it has been present in the most romantic movie scenes, we have seen it on those dates for lovers and their first encounters. That’s what we wanted to show using only pasta, to celebrate love and friendship in Colombia. post_archies_sanvalentin_abrazo2_copia_resized.jpg   ...
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The Latest: Argentina, Colombia Warn of Debt Crisis

The presidents of Argentina and Colombia are saying that increasingly strapped emerging markets could default on their foreign debts.
Tags: Colombia, Argentina, Argentina Colombia Warn of Debt Crisis

Nicaragua Ask World Court to Order Colombia to Respect 2012 Ruling on Sea Borders

THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Nicaragua on Monday accused Colombia before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) of not respecting a 2012 ruling on their...
Tags: Colombia, Nicaragua, International Court of Justice ICJ, HAGUE Reuters Nicaragua

Everton's Colombia playmaker Rodriguez travels to Qatar for talks

Everton midfielder James Rodriguez travels to Qatar for talks with a club before a potential move to the Middle East.
Tags: News, Qatar, Colombia, Everton, James Rodriguez, Rodriguez

James Rodriguez in talks with Qatar club to end nightmare Everton spell

James Rodriguez’s Everton move Colombian creator James Rodriguez was a clear statement of intent when he was signed from Real Madrid in the summer of 2020. Joining up with former managerial favourite Carlo Ancelotti on Merseyside, who managed him in Spain, Rodriguez hit the ground running. MALLORCA, SPAIN – OCTOBER 19: James Rodriguez of Real Madrid CF looks on during the Liga match between RCD Mallorca and Real Madrid CF at Iberostar Estadi on October 19, 2019 in Mallorca, Spain. (Photo by Qua...
Tags: England, Qatar, Spain, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Premier League, Real Madrid, Everton, Carlo Ancelotti, James Rodriguez, Merseyside, Ac Milan, Madrid, Mallorca, Porto

Messi & Ronaldo's Indian Summer

A COMBINED AGE OF 99 IS NO OBSTACLE TO FOOTBALLING GLORY Last time I was in Colombia, two years ago, my wife's little nephew Felipe told me a joke: "Why didn't Messi want to baptize his son? - Because he didn't want him to be a Cristiano" (it works better in Spanish). The thing was, Felipe had no interest in football, but the fame of the two titans of the modern game had found its way into the [Author: [email protected] (Unknown)]
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Colombia, Soccer, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus, Florentino Perez, Messi, Psg, UEFA Champions League, Felipe, Joan Laporta

Kudlow: With Biden's spending plan, 'only Colombia and Portugal' will have higher tax rates

"Kudlow" host Larry Kudlow blasted Biden for stating the top 1% get away with paying almost no income tax telling "America Reports" the...
Tags: America, Colombia, Portugal, Biden, Larry Kudlow, Kudlow

From loafers to brogues, these are the best dress shoes for men in 2021

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Paul Evans While menswear has become more casual, you should still own a good range of dress shoes. There are many styles available to fit your look, budget, and whatever event you're attending. We've rounded up the best dress shoes for men below. While menswear has become more casual - white leather sneakers with summer suits, for example - it still pays to own a variety of dress shoes. Your ...
Tags: Reviews, Europe, Utah, Nordstrom, Fashion, New York, Style, France, Shoes, Trends, Features, Chicago, Colombia, Chelsea, Buying Guide, Italy

Gosens secures Atalanta late point at 10-man Villarreal

Vila-real (Spain) (AFP) – Germany’s Robin Gosens claimed a late point for Atalanta in Tuesday’s 2-2 draw at 10-man Villarreal in the Champions League. The 27-year-old’s effort in the final 10 minutes kept the Italians above Manchester United in Group F after the English club lost to Young Boys earlier in the day, in the first game of this season’s competition. French midfielder Francis Coquelin was shown a red card in the closing moments for Villarreal, last season’s Europa League winners, afte...
Tags: Germany, Russia, Spain, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, La Liga, Netherlands, Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, Atalanta, Europa League, Fiorentina, Villarreal, Francis Coquelin

Gosens rescues Atalanta with late point at 10-man Villarreal

Vila-real (Spain) (AFP) – Atalanta coach Gian Piero Gasperini said he was “satisfied” after Germany’s Robin Gosens claimed a late equaliser in Tuesday’s 2-2 draw at 10-man Villarreal in the Champions League. Gosens’ effort in the final 10 minutes kept the Italians above Manchester United in Group F after the English club lost to Young Boys earlier in the day, in the first game of this season’s competition. French midfielder Francis Coquelin was shown a red card in the closing moments for Villar...
Tags: Germany, Russia, Spain, Sport, Colombia, Soccer, La Liga, Netherlands, Switzerland, Brazil, Argentina, Atalanta, Europa League, Fiorentina, Villarreal, Francis Coquelin

Maduro Demand for Control Crimped Finances of Colombia's Monomeros, Ex-Chair Says

By Luc Cohen and Brian EllsworthCARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's demand for control of Colombian fertilizer producer...
Tags: Colombia, Brian, Nicolás Maduro, Reuters, Luc Cohen

Gig workers with smartphones can help set infrastructure priorities

Maury Blackman Contributor Share on Twitter Maury Blackman has led high-growth tech companies for more than 25 years and is currently CEO of Premise, a global platform that democratizes the way actionable data is sourced and used by organizations in over 125 countries. More posts by this contributor How Governments Will Change To Better Serve Citizens In 2016 How The White House Is Leading The National Effor...
Tags: TC, Column, Labor, Congress, Opinion, Senate, White House, Tech, Smartphone, Colombia, Infrastructure, United States, Houston, Usaid, Pew Research Center, Gig Economy

227 environmental activists were murdered last year, a new report found. That's more than 4 people per week.

Fikile Ntshangase was involved in legal action against a mining company when she was killed. Rob Symons/All Rise A record 227 environmental activists were murdered in 2020, a Global Witness report found. But that number is likely an undercount, and the group said the toll may rise in coming years. Many killings are linked to logging, mining, and agriculture, with Indigenous people heavily targeted. See more stories on Insider's business page. Fikile Ntshangase was the nearby coal mine&...
Tags: Murder, Science, News, Climate Change, Mexico, Trends, Colombia, South Africa, Philippines, United Nations, Heineken, Global Witness, Bill Mckibben, Adams, McKibben, Tecate Mexico

Killings of Colombia Environmental Activists Hit Record, NGO Says, Despite Gov't Promises

By Oliver GriffinPUTUMAYO PROVINCE, Colombia (Reuters) - An environmental activist in southern Colombia's steamy jungle province of Putumayo was...
Tags: Colombia, Putumayo, Colombia Reuters, Oliver GriffinPUTUMAYO

18 leading scientists, including 2 outgoing FDA officials, say COVID-19 booster shots lack evidence and shouldn't yet be given to the general public

A health workers is seen as Israelis receive the third doses of coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in West Jerusalem on September 03, 2021. Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Eighteen leading experts said "widespread use" of COVID-19 vaccine boosters isn't backed by evidence. The group included two FDA officials who resigned over the Biden administration's booster shot plan. Current COVID-19 vaccines still protect against severe illness ca...
Tags: Health, Science, News, US, Trends, Colombia, Healthcare, Delta, Food And Drug Administration, Who, World Health Organization, Fda, Pfizer, Biden, Lancet, Booster

Pantaya, Sony Pictures Television and Dynamo Drop First Image, Release Date for Upcoming Thriller ‘MalaYerba’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Los Angeles-based Spanish-language streamer Pantaya has announced that its new thriller series “MalaYerba,” co-produced with Colombia’s Dynamo and Sony Pictures Television (SPT), will launch on Oct. 14 exclusively on the platform in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The streamer has also released a first-look teaser image for the show. Dynamo executive producer Natalia Echeverri co-created […]
Tags: News, Global, Los Angeles, Colombia, Dynamo, Sony Pictures Television, Puerto Rico, Sony Pictures Television SPT, Pantaya, Natalia Echeverri

American has been building an team of airline partners to fill the gaps in its network, even if it means aligning with budget carriers and startups

American Airlines is expanding its international presence with new airline partners. Mike Blake / Reuters American Airlines is taking on new airline partners to rebuild its global route network. South America is of particular importance as American recently lost its larger partner in the region. In the US, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Airways help American expand its presence on both coasts. See more stories on Insider's business page. American Airlines is planning to get by with a lit...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, New York, News, Air Travel, Boston, Air Canada, Planes, US, America, Trends, Spain, Chicago, Colombia, Flying, Canada

Colombia’s 12-year-old eco-activist refuses to let death threats dim passion

Nine months after Francisco Vera was targeted on social media, no arrests have been made. But he continues to campaign for the wildlife he lovesEver since someone threatened to kill her 12-year-old son, Ana Maria Manzanares says life has felt like Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot.In January, Francisco Vera was sent anonymous death threats on Twitter after the young environmentalist called for better access to education for children during the Covid-19 pandemic. The news caused outrage in Colom...
Tags: Activism, Protest, Children, Environment, Americas, Social Media, World news, Colombia, Mining, Fracking, Conservation, Biodiversity, Samuel Beckett, Environmental Activism, Paris Climate Agreement, Ivan Duque

Murders of environment and land defenders hit record high

Figures from Global Witness for 2020 show violent resource grab continued unabated despite pandemicMurders of environment and land defenders hit a record high last year as the violent resource grab in the global south continued unabated despite the pandemic.New figures released by Global Witness show that 227 people were killed in 2020 while trying to protect forests, rivers and other ecosystems that their livelihoods depended on. Continue reading...
Tags: Mexico, Environment, Americas, World news, Colombia, Philippines, Conservation, Trees and forests, Deforestation, Brazil, Climate Crisis, Jair Bolsonaro

BNPL everywhere

Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s inspired by what the weekday Exchange column digs into, but free, and made for your weekend reading. Want it in your inbox every Saturday? Sign up here.    Hello everyone – Anna here, covering for Alex who’s enjoying some well-deserved but soon-ending vacation time. The Exchange also went on pause for the week, but the news didn’t stop, so strap on! The buy now, pay later space has been one of the hottest fin...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Europe, Japan, Ipo, Africa, San Francisco, Tech, Eu, Senegal, Bloomberg, Paypal, Colombia, Peter Thiel, Square, EC

Disney's remaining movies for 2021 will premiere exclusively in theatres for up to 45 days, following the 'Black Widow' furore

The cast of Disney's "Eternals." Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney Disney said on Friday it will release the remainder of its 2021 movies exclusively in theatres. Musical "Encato" will play for 30 days, while another five movies will have a 45-day window. Scarlett Johansson filed a lawsuit against Disney in July for "Black Widow's" dual-release. See more stories on Insider's business page. Disney plans to release the remainder of its 2021 movies exclusively in theatr...
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Marvel, Theatre, Disney, US, Trends, Tech, Colombia, Delta, Streaming, Scarlett Johansson, Steven Spielberg, Hamilton, Streaming Media

“The game is dying”, Tottenham fans react to Crystal Palace lineup

Spurs face Palace Following a seemingly endless international break, club football is finally back. To kick off the new round of Premier League fixtures, Tottenham travelled to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace.Spurs, with three wins from three so far, will be looking to remain atop the Premier League table for another week, while Palace will be looking to cause an early upset. Their hopes will be helped, however, with the issues that Tottenham have when it comes to personnel.The trio of D...
Tags: Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, Spurs, Tottenham, Argentina, Croatia, Crystal Palace, Selhurst Park, Palace, Heung, Gil, Nuno

The disappeared in Mexico, Afghan female footballers and a giant puppet: human rights this fortnight in pictures

A roundup of the coverage of the struggle for human rights and freedoms from Thailand to Texas Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Europe, Protest, Greece, Law, Mexico, China, Africa, Women, Americas, World news, Syria, Colombia, Afghanistan, Domestic Violence, Thailand

Families of Protesters Killed in Colombia Face Long Wait for Justice

By Oliver GriffinSOACHA, Colombia (Reuters) - It has been a year since Carolina Hurtado rushed to a hospital morgue in Colombia's capital to...
Tags: Colombia, Colombia Face Long Wait for Justice, Oliver GriffinSOACHA Colombia Reuters, Carolina Hurtado

The Mu coronavirus variant shares key similarities with Delta, but it doesn't pose a greater threat

Healthcare worker Elizabeth Cameros administers a COVID-19 test to traveler Wade Hopkins at Los Angeles International Airport on November 23, 2020. Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images Scientists are closely watching the Mu coronavirus variant. Mu has the potential to resist protection from vaccines or a prior infection. But Mu isn't becoming more prevalent - a sign that it's less concerning than Delta. See more stories on Insider's business page. Last month, ...
Tags: UK, Science, News, Mexico, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Joe Biden, Colombia, Delta, Belgium, Who, South America, Associated Press, Pfizer, Anthony Fauci

Where to find Colombia vs. Chile on TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Colombia vs. Chile, you’ve come to the right place. With the national teams in the CONMEBOL region continuing their path to qualify for the 2022... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Colombia, Soccer, Chile, Where to find on TV

Count it: 9 days in a row COVID-19 hospitalizations drop in Los Angeles County

Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 dropped for a ninth straight day Wednesday, Sept. 8 in Los Angeles County, while the number of virus outbreaks in non-school settings also dipped from last week, but another 49 COVID deaths were reported Wednesday. The new fatalities lifted the county’s overall death toll from the pandemic to 25,514. The county reported another 2,006 coronavirus infections, raising the overall pandemic total to 1,423,620. According to state figures, there were 1,385 coronavirus-p...
Tags: News, La, US, Sport, Colombia, Public Health, Soccer, Delta, World Health Organization, Lausd, Los Angeles County, Department of Public Health, Ferrer, LA County, Barbara Ferrer, Top Stories LADN

What Is the Mu Variant of the Coronavirus?

The mu variant of the coronavirus was first identified in Colombia in January and has since caused isolated outbreaks in South America, Europe and the United States.
Tags: Colombia, South America Europe