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By PBS NewsHour
By Larisa Epatko
Gloria Amparo grew up in the rural area surrounding one of Colombia’s most violent and crime-ridden cities, Buenaventura. But she experienced violence on a more personal level. Her father beat her mother. It pushed her to want to leave that…
By News Desk
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos stood guard Monday in Mexico City, Mexico at the honoring ceremony for Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Hundreds waited outside the Palace of Beautiful Arts in Mexico City…
By Ariel Min
Colombian novelist and Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez died Thursday, according to a source close to the family. He was 87. The author, affectionately called “Gabo,” was well-known for defining the genre of magical realism. He exposed readers around the…
From Bogota, Columbia to Columbia, S.C., Hari Sreenivasan reports on the drastically different ways communities are responding to homelessness within their borders.
‘Day One’ for Olinguito…
In other news Thursday, Pakistan's Supreme Court convicted Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani of contempt for refusing to pursue a corruption case against President Asif Ali Zardari. However, the ruling carried only a symbolic sentence, allowing Gilani to stay in…
In other news Tuesday, another three Secret Service agents lost their jobs as a result of the ongoing prostitution scandal ahead of President Obama's Colombia trip. A total of nine have now been forced out and three have been cleared.
In other news Monday, a 12th member of the U.S. military is under investigation in the scandal involving Secret Service agents and U.S. troops who allegedly patronized prostitutes in Colombia, according to Pentagon officials. Also, two NATO servicemembers were killed…
Three more Secret Service agents resigned Friday amid an ongoing prostitution scandal that has now implicated a 12th employee as well. Ray Suarez and Julie Pace of The Associated Press discuss the state of the investigation into conduct by officers…
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