QEPD Eduardo Rodriguez, el señor de los trenes en Colombia. Continue reading
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Displaced from their ancestral lands in Choco due to increased violence, the Embera mother spoken to said that she and her family had been in Bogotá for two years. Roughly a fortnight ago they left the barrio of Los Mártires … Continue reading
In this new great game waged between the US and China, where does Colombia fit? Continue reading
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Malcolm Linton is a fascinating guy and spoke with humility and care about his decades of work covering complex conflicts, including that of Colombia, as well as sharing the stories behind some of his most famous photographs.