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Nine people have been confirmed dead and at least 28 still missing.
At least three women were killed and nine injured after an explosive device detonated in a restroom in an busy upscale shopping center in Colombia's capital on Saturday, officials said. The Andino sho...
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The 22-year-old claims a drug syndicate threatened to hurt her family.
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Her lawyer says her case could be closed in 90 days.
The lawyer for accused Australian drug mule Cassandra Sainsbury says they are desperately searching for the man who allegedly provided her with headphones filled with cocaine, but admits so far he has...
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It's now claimed a last-minute plane ticket was purchased by an unknown party in Hong Kong.
They say they were tipped off that the Adelaide woman would be carrying cocaine.
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The Adelaide personal trainer says she was set up by a man she had just met.
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The Australian personal trainer was charged with cocaine possession.
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MOCOA, Colombia (Reuters) - Flooding and mudslides in the Colombian city of Mocoa sent torrents of water and debris crashing onto houses in the early hours of Saturday morning, killing 254 people, inj...
Bogota: A landslide in Colombia's southwestern border province of Putumayo sent mud and debris crashing onto houses overnight, killing at least 154 people and injuring scores, officials said on Saturd...
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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has accepted the Nobel Peace Prize, saying it gave a boost to the "impossible dream" of ending his country's half-century-long civil war. In his acceptance speec...
LA UNION, Colombia/CHAPECO, Brazil, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The pilot of a LAMIA Airlines plane that crashed in Colombia, virtually wiping out a Brazilian soccer team, had radioed that he was running out o...