Tagged With Colombia

Mexico's cartels appear to be shaking up the cocaine trade


Venezuela's booming drugs trade is so lucrative that traffickers reportedly burn smuggling planes after using them just once


The 'king-maker' keeping Nicolas Maduro in power is starting to crack — here's why Venezuela's soldiers are breaking ranks, in their own words



I took a 90-year-old funicular 10,300 feet above sea level in Bogotá — here’s what it was like


I took a 6-hour flight with the second-oldest airline in the world and was disappointed with the experience for a few key reasons


Bogotá's massive bus system has been globally hailed as a triumph in public transit — here's why I prefer it over New York City's buses



The US Coast Guard is catching more drug-running subs, but most 'very stealthy' narco subs are probably going undetected


A Special Forces soldier accused of a multimillion-dollar drug-smuggling attempt is heading to trial, and he faces life in prison


Colombia's cocaine production is at an all-time high, and the country's navy keeps catching 'narco subs'


A Special Forces soldier is being investigated for smuggling millions of dollars of drugs — and it may be part of a much bigger scheme


A doomsday shelter for the 1% is being investigated by the FBI as a possible front for a Colombian money laundering scheme


The brother of a Colombian soccer player who was killed after scoring an own goal fears for the lives of the country's 2018 World Cup stars



England beats Colombia in penalties after dirty, foul-filled game


Controversial tiebreaker rule eliminated Senegal from the World Cup


Japan, Colombia, and Senegal will battle for 2 spots in the knockout stage at the World Cup — here's what each team needs to happen


In the world's biggest cocaine producer, cultivation has hit an 'all time high' and the new president is vowing harsh measures that will please Trump



Colombia's James Rodriguez pulled off a mind-blowing pass that somehow bent around 3 defenders and led to a goal


Millions of Venezuelans have fled their homes, and it's affecting the entire region — here's where they're going


Here's how far every team in the World Cup will have to travel -- and one team is at a significant disadvantage


'Different shades of utter resignation': Venezuelans fleeing hardship at home are finding more struggles abroad