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Colombia
The country's first Oscar-nominated feature film takes a clear-eyed view of colonialism and its legacy.
The region's leading prosecutors and activists explain how they did it – and what more needs to be done.
Experts from across the region recommend ways to improve refugee resettlement.
One of Latin America's hottest restaurants serves more than just food.
At least 10 percent of Colombian adults are affected by conflict-related stress. What does that mean for the country's social – and economic – future?

The FARC’s bid to engage with Pope Francis, who is viewed favorably by 83 percent of Colombians, may signal a genuine effort to win back public support for the negotiations.

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On Monday, a team of Colombian officials began an excavation of what some believe may be the "world’s largest urban mass grave" in La Escombrera, a landfill in Medellín's Comuna 13 slum.

Colombia’s Superintendent for Health fined six healthcare intermediaries over $1 million each last week, after finding that their failure to provide adequate health and vaccination services to indigenous communities had contributed to the deaths of 12 Wayuu children in the northern department of La Guajira.

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