Looking for legitimacy in laughter and life

I pointed out that while equality-oriented organisations don’t exist, misogynistic ones that call themselves men’s rights activists do, and provide helplines too.

published on : 13th March 2023

Dominican man lost at sea says he survived on ketchup for 24 days

He was working to repair a sailboat off a harbor on St. Maarten island in the Netherlands Antilles in December last year when the weather turned foul and he was swept out to sea.

published on : 22nd January 2023

Chile ceramics, Colombian wisdom get UNESCO heritage status

The rapidly disappearing skill required to make black pottery in Chile and the ancient knowledge of Colombian Indigenous groups are intangible cultural heritage practices.

published on : 30th November 2022

Indigenous film bringing cross-border Amazon tribes together

The Matis, a tribe only contacted in 1976, acquired two video cameras in 2015 and were taught how to film by the Brazilian Center for Indigenist Labor (CTI) and the National Indian Foundation.

published on : 10th November 2022

Major banks support rainforest oil project despite problems

GeoPark lined up banks to help it obtain the Putumayo oilfields, indicating that even with climate changes hitting wide areas of the globe, backing for the activities that cause it is still available

published on : 4th November 2022

Colombia's first-ever leftist president Gustavo Petro swears in

The former senator, 62, takes over from the deeply unpopular Ivan Duque for a four-year term during which he will enjoy support from a left-leaning majority in Congress.

published on : 7th August 2022

DMRC celebrates Colombia’s independence with artwork

A thematic mural painted on a wall of a Delhi Metro station building was inaugurated on Thursday, marking the 212th Independence Day of Colombia, officials said.

published on : 22nd July 2022

'My cuisine tastes of relegated cultures...of pain':  Leonor Espinosa, World's Best Female Chef 2022

In naming Espinosa its winner, the 50 Best panel described her as a “multi-talented Colombian chef marrying art, politics and gastronomy.”

published on : 19th July 2022

Fire kills 49 following riot at prison in Colombia

The director of the national prison system, Tito Castellanos, told Radio Caracol that it's not clear if all of the dead were prisoners.

published on : 28th June 2022

Colombia: Four dead as bullfight stand collapses; Video shows horrific scenes of people running for cover

"Four people have died, as of this moment, two women, a man and a minor. 800 spectators were seated in the sections that collapsed," said Mayor Juan Carlos Tamayo

published on : 27th June 2022

Environmental activist Francia Marquez elected Colombia's first Black vice president

Marquez will likely be given the mandate to work on gender issues as well as policies affecting the nation’s Afro-Colombian population.

published on : 21st June 2022

Ex-rebel fighter Gustavo Petro becomes Colombia's first leftist president

The president-elect was once a rebel with the now-defunct M-19 movement and was granted amnesty after being jailed for his involvement with the group.

published on : 20th June 2022

As US is poised to restrict abortion, other nations ease access

It's not yet clear what impact there will be outside the United States from the leaked draft opinion suggesting the U.S. Supreme Court could overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.

published on : 14th May 2022

Colombia cartel shuts down towns over leader's extradition 

Businesses closed, schools stayed shut, intercity bus service was suspended and a professional soccer match couldn’t be played after one of the teams refused to travel to the game.

published on : 10th May 2022

James Rodriguez keys Colombia's 4-2 friendly win over USA 

James put the Cafeteros in the lead with a spectacular effort from the edge of the penalty area in the 36th minute, thrilling a largely pro-Colombia crowd at Raymond James Stadium.

published on : 12th October 2018

Lack of food pushes 2.3 million people to flee Venezuela: UN 

Oil-rich Venezuela has been in an economic freefall since a drop in oil prices in 2014 left a gaping hole in the country's finances.

published on : 14th August 2018

England would find Sweden tough at World Cup: Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson​

Eriksson believes Sweden, who topped Group F after beating Mexico in their final match, may not be playing scintillating football but says they are tough to score against.

published on : 1st July 2018

England's Harry Kane says he can score in every FIFA World Cup game

Kane is sure he will pick up where he left off in Moscow after scoring a hat-trick against Panama in his last outing.

published on : 1st July 2018

Colombia midfielder Carlos Sanchez says England are more than Harry Kane

England haven't actually won a game in the knockout stage of a major tournament since beating Ecuador in 2006.

published on : 1st July 2018

We don't care if English think we're boring, says Sweden midfielder Albin Ekdal

Sweden take on Switzerland on Tuesday in St Petersburg before England clash with Colombia in Moscow.

published on : 1st July 2018
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