Colombia


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Kelly Johana Vera Diettes, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
The MSCI All Colombia Capped Index is designed to represent the performance of the broad Colombia equity universe, while including a minimum number of constituents.
Political and policy dialogue between Colombia and the European Union is based on the 1996 Rome Declaration, and a 2009 Memorandum of Understanding.
ORIGENES 2013 Galeria Sextante, Arte Dos Grafico, Bogota, Colombia
government officials in Colombia regularly travel to the major cities of Colombia without incident.
Government coordinates its efforts in these areas through the Colombia Strategic Development Initiative, an inter-agency, whole-of-government approach to providing U.
Iris Castillo de Castano MD, Esp Nefrologia Pediatrica, Hospital Universitario del Valle, Cali, Colombia.
Despite the fact that oil giants like BP and Occidental Petroleum have big joint ventures with Ecopetrol, it's Brazil's Petrobras that has become the biggest oil exploration outfit in Colombia, says Dirceu Abrahao, a geologist and president of Petrobras in Colombia.
The human rights situation remains an important focus of our Colombia policy.
The war has followed the cartel's trail across Colombia, with a series of grisly killings in the country's principal cities: Bogota, Cali, and Medellin.
The AUC's major rival has long been the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a guerrilla group that doesn't let its leftist ideology get in the way of taxing coca farmers, kidnapping for ransom, or murdering civilians.
Aerial spraying of drug crops has led to health problems in Colombia and exacerbated the crisis of farmers who have no economically viable crops other than coca and poppy.
If you were standing in the Amazon jungle in the south of Colombia, you would be in one of the most bio-diverse regions on the planet, home to one-sixth of the world's bird species, more than 45,000 different kinds of tropical plants, and hundreds of thousands of insect species--many of which are as-of-yet unknown to biologists.
The night before, Colombian President Andres Pastrana had lost his patience and broken off peace talks with the most powerful rebel group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.