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  • MIA to get new Colombia and Mexico routes in June

    MIA to get new Colombia and Mexico routes in June
    American Airlines will add two routes from Miami International Airport later this year: Barranquilla, Colombia, and Monterrey, Mexico. The new routes are part of six overall that the carrier based in Fort Worth, Texas, is launching this year...
  • 'Doris Salcedo' engages in the most visceral ways

    'Doris Salcedo' engages in the most visceral ways
    The contrast between then and now in the fourth floor galleries of Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art couldn't be more striking. Where the museum most recently displayed, in essence, the overstuffed artifacts closet of the rock star David Bowie, now...
  • Why I'm happy Miss Colombia took home the Miss Universe crown

    Why I'm happy Miss Colombia took home the Miss Universe crown
    Miss Colombia, Paulina Vega won the Miss Universe Pageant on Jan.25 held at Florida International University. It was my first time attending the pageant and I learned how much the crown meant to the fans I encountered. They brought along flags, donned...
  • Meet the Orlando City players

    GOALKEEPERS Earl Edwards Age: 23 Height/Weight: 6-3, 205 Citizenship: USA Previous Club: UCLA About: The third-round draft pick out of UCLA is a prime candidate to spend the season in USL-PRO Louisville getting consistent minutes. Josh Ford Age: 27...
  • Colombian man sentenced to 12 years on cocaine conspiracy charges

    A Colombian man was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison for his role in an organization that distributes cocaine into the United States, being held responsible for producing and distributing 325 kilograms of the drug. German Dario Brand Piedrahita,...
  • Gun smugglers shipped weapons to Colombian drug cartel in exercise machines, feds say

    Gun smugglers shipped weapons to Colombian drug cartel in exercise machines, feds say
    They were hidden inside exercise machines. But the secret payloads weren't for working out. They were for arming South American drug lords. Two Central Florida brothers were recently sentenced in Orlando for their roles in an unusual gun-smuggling...
  • International soccer coming to FIU

    International soccer has taken a short break from South Florida over the past several months, but will soon make its return to the local pitch at the beginning of the New Year. Miami's Onside Entertainment is set to announce at a press conference on...
  • Venezuelan gasoline and goods still sold in Colombia despite crackdown

    Venezuelan gasoline and goods still sold in Colombia despite crackdown
    Miguel is a pimpinero, a curbside vendor of contraband Venezuelan gasoline that he sells at two-thirds of the going price at Colombian gas stations. Despite a professed government crackdown, hundreds of bootleggers openly hawk their black market fuel on...
  • Orlando City set to sign Carlos Rivas, Cristian Higuita from Deportivo Cali

    Orlando City set to sign Carlos Rivas, Cristian Higuita from Deportivo Cali
    Orlando City is set to sign two Colombian prospects from Deportivo Cali. Carlos Rivas, a talented left winger/forward, and Cristian Higuita, a defensive midfielder, are bound for Orlando City pending paperwork, sources with direct knowledge of the...
  • Guerrilla colombiana del ELN dice que analiza posible cese de fuego

    Guerrilla colombiana del ELN dice que analiza posible cese de fuego
    El Ejército de Liberación Nacional, el segundo mayor grupo guerrillero de Colombia, anunció el miércoles su disposición a considerar un cese al fuego en una eventual negociación de paz con el Gobierno del presidente Juan Manuel Santos para poner fin a más...
  • Colombia's leftist FARC rebels declare unilateral cease-fire

    Colombia's leftist FARC rebels declare unilateral cease-fire
    Leftist rebels negotiating a peace agreement with the Colombian government on Wednesday declared a unilateral and indefinite cease-fire in hope of drawing a reciprocal halt by the armed forces, something President Juan Manuel Santos has so far resisted....