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Will Trump's newest verbal attack push away disabled voters?

Donald Trump is the current front runner in the 2016 U.S. presidential race. He is no stranger to controversy but current allegations of verbal abuse have created a media frenzy. Has he pushed himself into a corner by what some call flagrant verbal abuse?

Colombia pardons 30 jailed FARC guerrillas

Estanzuela - Colombia's government announced Sunday it is pardoning 30 jailed members of the FARC in what it called a confidence-building measure as it pursues peace talks with the leftist guerrilla group.

Anthony Crolla snatches WBA lightweight title with single punch

British boxer Anthony Crolla needed only a single punch to the body of Darleys Perez of Colombia in the fifth round to score a knockout win Saturday at the Manchester Arena, Manchester, England.

Colombia legalizes medical marijuana under presidential decree

In an information sheet released on Friday, Colombia announced it was planning to legalize medical marijuana. The announcement is seen as a further shift in the country's drug policies after aerial spraying of illicit crops was suspended.

Colombia court allows gay couples to register children

Estanzuela - Colombia's Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that gay couples must be allowed to register newborn children in both parents' names, with birth certificates listing two mothers or two fathers.

Armero eruption haunts Colombia 30 years on

Ortega - Thirty years after a volcanic eruption wiped out the city of Armero, Colombia is still haunted by the tragedy, and by the wide black eyes of its most iconic victim.

Colombian rebels offer to release two captured soldiers

Estanzuela - Colombia's second largest guerrilla group said Monday it was prepared to release two captured soldiers as soon as possible if the government agreed to safe passage for the handover.

Discovering Spanish-American religious culture in Colombia Special

Bogot - Monserrate Mountain is part of the Oriental Hills, which is the natural eastern boundary of the city of Bogotá, Colombia. The Sanctuary of the Fallen Christ atop the 3.152-meter-high mountain is visited by thousands of religious pilgrims.

Colombia court lets same-sex couples adopt children

Estanzuela - Colombia's highest court ruled that same-sex couples can adopt children, lifting the last restriction on gays raising kids.

In Colombian mountains, natives see in winter, honouring the dead

Silvia - As millions elsewhere celebrate Halloween in fancy costume dress, for the Misak people of southeastern Colombia the coming of November is a solemn occasion to honour the dead.

Colombia killing rebels despite truce offer: FARC

Estanzuela - The leader of Colombia's FARC guerrillas, Timoleon Jimenez, accused the government Thursday of escalating its campaign against the rebels even as it proposes a bilateral ceasefire to advance peace talks.

Colombian president offers truce with FARC from Jan. 1

Estanzuela - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos offered Wednesday to enter into a bilateral ceasefire with FARC guerrillas from January 1, which would mark a major breakthrough in peace talks.

ELN rebels holding two Colombian soldiers after attack

Estanzuela - Colombian rebel group the National Liberation Army (ELN) is holding two soldiers hostage after capturing them in an attack that killed 12 troops and police, officials said.

ELN rebels in Colombia kill 12 security forces

Estanzuela - Leftist National Liberation Army rebels killed 12 security officials Monday even as the government pushes for a peace deal with the larger FARC guerrilla force, President Juan Manuel Santos said.

Colombia votes for change in local elections amid peace hopes

Estanzuela - Colombians largely spurned far-right and far-left candidates as they elected Sunday hundreds of local officials who will have a crucial role in implementing any peace agreement reached with leftist FARC rebels.

Colombia votes in local elections amid peace hopes

Estanzuela - Colombians went to the polls Sunday to elect provincial governors and hundreds of local officials who will have a crucial role in implementing any peace agreement reached with leftist FARC rebels.

The unsustainable path of indoor cannabis Special

There is a dark cloud looming over the cannabis industry: indoor growing. While municipalities that have legalized marijuana are reaping the financial rewards, experts believe it may come at a greater cost.

Colombians killed in 1985 Justice Palace battle identified

Estanzuela - The remains of three Colombian women that vanished in fighting when leftist rebels briefly captured the Justice Palace in 1985 have been identified, the attorney general's office said.

Colombians hope to discover fate of those missing in conflict

Estanzuela - Advances in peace talks between the government and FARC rebels have renewed hope that Colombians will finally learn the fate of tens of thousands of people who disappeared during the long conflict.

Small plane crashes into Bogota bakery, 4 killed

Estanzuela - A small plane crashed into a bakery in a crowded area of Colombia's capital, killing four people and injuring several others, authorities said.
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