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Colombia Starts FTA with Protests

In Colombia the beginning of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the United States was not well received by the Colombian society and did not reflect the expectations and optimism of President Juan Manuel Santos. The terrorist attack recorded yesterday morning in Bogota and...
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Colombia FTA Runs Since Today

After the agreement between the U.S. and Colombian Presidents in the last Summit of the Americas, the FTA enters into validity at last. With shipments of flowers and textiles, Colombia opened a new Business era today with USA, with an agreement that will allow to export around...

US Agents Involved in Prostitution Scandal in El Salvador

The United States Secret Service is currently being investigated by denounces against agents that hired prostitutes last year in El Salvador. This occurred prior to the official visit of president Barack Obama. Kiro television station, an ally to CNN in Seattle quoted a...

Cartagena Authorities Criticize the Ethics of USA Agents

The scandal generated by the Secret Service agents of the United States that involved prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia continues to grow. Tourism officials and several authorities qualify it as oversized and harmful for the image of La Heroica. Martha Lucia Noguera, president...
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Violence and Drugs, a Forgotten Issue of the Summit

The topic introduced itself as one of the most worrying problems in the region and as one of the greatest challenges to be discussed and analyzed in the last Summit of the Americas, held last weekend in Cartagena, Colombia. A serious and rigorous debate enabling each country to...

Secret Service Scandal in Cartagena Ousts Three Agents

Last Wednesday the Secret Service announced the departure of three agents related to the prostitution scandal of last week in Cartagena brothel Pleyclub. The agency tried to handle the scandal and in a statement said that one agent is expected to resign, another, a supervisor,...

Obama is Criticized for Talking About Democracy in Cuba

The Cuban government criticized the United States president Barack Obama for speaking of the Cuban democracy during the VI Summit of the Americas. Cuba considered that the meeting was “a rebellion” of Latin America and the Caribbean against the United States and Canada. “Obama...

Obama Faces Escort Scandal in Cartagena

During the VI Summit of the Americas, the Secret Service staff that waited in Cartagena, Colombia for the arrival of Barack Obama is involved in a prostitute scandal. According to sources of the Department of Defence, over five military men are also involved in the case that has...