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‘Take back control’? With this Pacific trade deal, Brexit Britain has just signed it away | Nick Dearden
Goodbye, food standards. Hello, corporate lobbyists. Why are we doing this, asks Nick Dearden of Global Justice Now

Nick Dearden

31, Mar, 2023 @11:43 AM

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Removing 70 of Pablo Escobar’s hippos to cost Colombia $3.5m
Animals to be sent overseas in effort to contain growing population that risks upsetting local ecosystem

Guardian staff and agencies

30, Mar, 2023 @4:05 AM

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‘Some days we don’t eat’: residents scrape by in Colombia’s largest shantytown
Economic migrants from Venezuela and Colombians displaced by violence struggle to find food, water and work in La Pista

Iñigo Alexander in Maicao

23, Mar, 2023 @9:30 AM

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Colombia floats new strategy for Escobar’s hippos: ship them abroad
Since the drug lord’s imported hippos escaped after his death in 1993, the government has repeatedly failed to tame the booming population

Luke Taylor in Puerto Nare

14, Mar, 2023 @9:30 AM

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‘Simple but effective’: Colombia turns to algorithms to bolster mental health services
With resources stretched, a computer questionnaire is helping to screen people at risk from depression and alcohol abuse

Soraya Kishtwari

10, Mar, 2023 @10:15 AM

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Growing numbers of Chinese citizens set their sights on the US – via the deadly Darién Gap
Surge in number of disillusioned Chinese citizens fleeing to the US by trekking through the dangerous jungle between Colombia and Panama

Alicia Chen in Necoclí

09, Mar, 2023 @1:34 AM

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Women behind the lens: ‘In the time I worked with Rhianna we counted 150 murders’
Fernanda Pineda photographs young people finding ways to express themselves and avoid gang warfare in one of the country’s most violent cities

Fernanda Pineda

28, Feb, 2023 @6:30 AM

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Karol G: Mañana Será Bonito review – evocative melodies that transcend language
Colombia’s best tunesmith mixes reggaeton with pasillo and other beats on a sensual, melancholy album

Ben Beaumont-Thomas

24, Feb, 2023 @8:00 AM

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The big archaeological digs happening up in the sky
Laser technology called lidar is helping archaeologists complete years of fieldwork in the span of a single afternoon

Geoff Manaugh

23, Feb, 2023 @11:00 AM

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Cattle, not coca, drive deforestation of the Amazon in Colombia – report
Past governments blamed the growing of coca – the base component of cocaine – for clearcutting, but a recent study shows otherwise

Luke Taylor in Bogotá

19, Feb, 2023 @10:30 AM

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‘They became illegal overnight’: Colombia’s shark fishing ban turns locals into criminals
A government decree welcomed for protecting marine life has left artisanal fishers breaking the law to survive

Iñigo Alexander in Guapi. Photography by Fernanda Pineda

16, Feb, 2023 @11:00 AM

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China ‘spy balloon’ wakes up world to new era of war at edge of space
The ‘poor man’s satellite’ offers a relatively cheap way of exploiting a previously inaccessible high-altitude level of the skies

Luke Taylor in Bogotá, Verna Yu , Hugo Lowell and Julian Borger in Washington

10, Feb, 2023 @6:55 PM

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