Saudi Arabia plans to increase its crude oil output next month to more than 10 million barrels a day and slash prices in response to the collapse of its Opec+ alliance with Russia. On Friday, Russia balked at Opec's proposed...
The United States election year battle against misinformation on Facebook isn’t off to a good start, at least according to one study. Researchers at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering discovered that tens of thousands of Facebook pages have...
In a stunning display of performative feminism, Shell is changing its name to She'll for International Women's Day. Well, one Shell. A female-owned Shell station in San Dimas, California will add an apostrophe to its logos on Mar. 8 in...
The mayor of Medellín, Daniel Quintero, reported that at José María Córdova Airport, preventive measures would not be being complied with to mitigate the contagions of Covid-19. "It is a pity that the manager of José María Córdova International Airport,...
It seems Apple's anti-right-to-repair recalcitrance has come back to bite it. Like many companies dependent on an Asian supply chain, the iPhone maker is experiencing disruptions due to the coronavirus. According to a report from Bloomberg, this has manifested in, among other things, a shortage...
The news shakes Colombia, and in particular the world of football. Former player Juan Diego Gonzalez, 39, who defended San Lorenzos shirt in Argentina, appeared dead in Antioch after being savagely murdered. Gonzalez’s body appeared dismembered in a bag near...
Private investment funds operating in Colombia have around $5 billion available to invest in projects in the Andean country, the investors’ guild president said Thursday. Private investment funds have managed around $16.8 billion in mainly infrastructure projects and real estate...
Rappi. There, I mentioned it. And that’s the final time you’ll be studying that phrase on this text. You see, probably the most recognizable, most-successful Colombian startup has virtually turn out to be a little bit of an issue for...
Coal production in Colombia, the fifth-largest coal exporter in the world, fell 2% to 82.2 million tonnes in 2019 after output at one of the principle mines declined and operations were interrupted by droughts, the government said Wednesday. In 2018,...
Peace eludes many parts of Colombia and conditions worsened in 2019 as forced displacements and attacks against medical missions increased, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said. But armed groups including FARC dissidents and the National Liberation Army...

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