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Colombia's LGBT community may not be benefiting fully from reparations system

by Sarah Barrett Feb 26, 2018
As victims of violent civil conflict come forward, some say members of the LGBT community are being left behind.
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Colombia's fragile peace effort is expensive and challenging

by Marketplace Contributor May 17, 2017
The deal between the government and guerrillas is expensive and challenging.
This guerrilla lost his arm during the conflict in Colombia. He is painting an image that marks 53 years since the formation of the FARC, the Spanish acronym for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
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Venezuela opens border; relief is limited

by , and Aug 16, 2016
Opening the border may relieve shortages, but not prices.
Venezuelans cross the border from San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, to Cucuta, Colombia on Saturday.
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'OITNB' star was alone at age 14 after parents were deported

by Kai Ryssdal May 3, 2016
Actress Diane Guerrero discusses immigration from a personal perspective.
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Microfinance is big business in Colombia

by Lorne Matalon May 3, 2016
The country is a center of microfinance, providing small loans to the poor.
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Race to find new World Bank leader could take power from U.S.

by Andrew Walker Mar 21, 2012
How would the IMF and the World Bank really change if the new leader was appointed from a developing nation instead of the U.S.?