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Trouble brews as coffee faces extinction
Trouble brews as coffee faces extinction
Africa is the home of coffee. Beans from the continent have been picked as a snack for as long as humans have needed a quick hit of energy.
Venezuela vows to eradicate plots after Maduro 'assassination' bid
Venezuela vows to eradicate plots after Maduro 'assassination' bid
Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro on Monday renewed his accusation against his Colombian counterpart, blaming him for what capital Caracas...
England dare to dream after Belgium World Cup heroics
England dare to dream after Belgium World Cup heroics
England chase their first win in a tournament knockout match for 12 years on Tuesday as they face Colombia after the World Cup draw opened up...
Colombia beat Senegal to eliminate last African team
Colombia beat Senegal to eliminate last African team
A powerful header from Barcelona's Yerry Mina fired Colombia into the last 16 of the World Cup with a 1-0 win over Group H rivals Senegal, who...
Do World Cup rituals help along victory?
Do World Cup rituals help along victory?
Some players believe World Cup success is earned with exercise, diet and endless practice drills; others are convinced it’s a matter of wearing...
Japan make history with World Cup win against 10-man Colombia
Japan make history with World Cup win against 10-man Colombia
Yuya Osako exacted sweet revenge for Japan on Tuesday as the Blue Samurai beat Colombia 2-1, becoming the first Asian side ever to beat a South...
Peace isn't an event – it's a multifaceted process
Peace isn't an event – it's a multifaceted process
I recently watched Particle Fever, a documentary that follows six of the 10 000 scientists who joined forces to build the Large Hadron...
US 'holds key' to peace in Colombia
US 'holds key' to peace in Colombia
When Washington appointed a special envoy to peace talks between the Colombian government and the left-wing rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces...
Brazil to take on Germany angered by Neymar's World Cup injury
Brazil to take on Germany angered by Neymar's World Cup injury
Neymar's exit from the World Cup due to a back injury left Brazilians shocked and angered on Friday, darkening the mood after the hosts' 2-1 win...
Two decades on, Escobar still in Colombian hearts
Two decades on, Escobar still in Colombian hearts
If Colombia had reached the World Cup quarterfinals 20 years ago the country might not have been dragged through its international shaming for the...
Colombians vote to end long civil war
Colombians vote to end long civil war
Colombians have elected Juan Manuel Santos to a second term as president to continue pursuing a peace deal with leftist guerrillas to end more than...

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