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Colombia coffee zones drier as El Nino conditions kicks in

Jul 08 2015

BOGOTA Colombia's coffee regions have been drier than usual for weeks as an El Nino weather anomaly takes effect and the crop will see less rainfall from now until harvest time, potentially limiting its size in a few areas, agronomists say.

Colombia coffee zones drier as El Nino conditions kicks in

Jul 08 2015

BOGOTA, July 8 Colombia's coffee regions have been drier than usual for weeks as an El Nino weather anomaly takes effect and the crop will see less rainfall from now until harvest time, potentially limiting its size in a few areas, agronomists say.

Colombia peace process now at lowest ebb - government

Jul 05 2015

BOGOTA Colombia's peace negotiations with leftist FARC rebels have hit a critical low as the group steps up violent attacks and the government could walk away from the process unless the group shows more commitment, the government's top negotiator said.

Colombia peace process now at lowest ebb: government

Jul 05 2015

BOGOTA Colombia's peace negotiations with leftist FARC rebels have hit a critical low as the group steps up violent attacks and the government could walk away from the process unless the group shows more commitment, the government's top negotiator said.

Colombia peace process now at lowest ebb - government

Jul 05 2015

BOGOTA, July 5 Colombia's peace negotiations with leftist FARC rebels have hit a critical low as the group steps up violent attacks and the government could walk away from the process unless the group shows more commitment, the government's top negotiator said.

Colombia capital on edge after two small explosions

Jul 03 2015

BOGOTA Two small bombs exploded in Bogota, Colombia's capital, on Thursday afternoon, injuring seven, according to the defense minister, who said he would deploy greater numbers of military and police onto the streets in response to the "terrorist doings." | Video

Colombia capital on edge after two small explosions

Jul 03 2015

BOGOTA Two small bombs exploded in Bogota, Colombia's capital, on Thursday afternoon, injuring seven, according to the defence minister, who said he would deploy greater numbers of military and police onto the streets in response to the "terrorist doings." | Video

Colombia capital on edge after two small explosions

Jul 02 2015

BOGOTA, July 2 Two small bombs exploded in Bogota, Colombia's capital, on Thursday afternoon, injuring seven, according to the defense minister, who said he would deploy greater numbers of military and police onto the streets in response to the "terrorist doings."

Bombing of Colombian pipeline causes 'environmental tragedy,' Ecopetrol says

Jun 10 2015

BOGOTA Several thousand barrels of crude oil have spilled into a river in southwest Colombia after insurgents bombed a pipeline, state-run oil company Ecopetrol said on Wednesday, describing the damage as an "environmental tragedy."

Labor shortage to limit Colombian coffee crops as beans go unpicked

Jun 03 2015

JARDIN, Colombia As Colombia cheers a return to its biggest coffee harvest in eight years after beating off a disease epidemic, farmers are running into a potentially more serious problem: a shortage of workers to gather swelling volumes of arabica beans.

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