Two years ago, Colombia's government pledged to help peasant farmers reclaim the millions of acres of land they lost during the guerrilla war. But a new round of violence is keeping peasants from getting back their land.
Formal talks between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) aim to end to the country's civil conflict. It is the first attempt to reach a deal in a decade and huge obstacles remain.
Starbucks has announced it's taking up shop in Bogota, Colombia. To find out what it all means for Colombia's coffee farmers and the price of a cup of joe, The World checks in with reporter John Otis (a heavy coffee drinker) in Bogota.
Ecuador says it's considering Snowden's request for asylum. Ecuador's foreign minister has hinted that his government is inclined to help Snowden. Reporter John Otis is following the story from Bogota, Colombia.
Scopolamine is a medicine for motion sickness or tremors. In Colombia, it's a scary drug called 'devil’s breath.' Whatever you call it, it could be causing unfaithful Colombian husbands serious problems. Here’s why.
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