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Obama Meets Colombian President Santos, Praises Gains On Peace And Trade

President Obama congratulated Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on taking bold steps toward peace in his country.

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  1. Colombian President Names Federico Renjifo as Energy Minister

    Current Colombian Interior Minister Federico Renjifo has been named the new mines and energy minister, a key post for Latin America's fourth-largest oil producer.Ren...

  2. Chavez Assures He Will Run For Re-Election

    Venezuela President Hugo Chavez, who has battled cancer for nearly a year, on Monday assured that he was on the mend and remained on track to run for re-election thi...

  3. UN Court Hears Arguments In Colombia-Nicaragua Dispute Over Islands

    The International Court of Justice begins hearing arguments Monday in a long-running dispute between Colombia and Nicaragua over a Caribbean archipelago and the mari...

  4. Colombia's Santos Assures Spain There Will Be No Expropriations

    Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos said Thursday his government wouldn't expropriate any foreign companies, and welcomed investments by Spanish companies, drawi...

  5. Tough Start for Obama's General Election

    Chris Stirewalt and Michael Barone discuss the Secret Service prostitution scandal

  6. Colombia's Santos Says Weak Dollar Hurting Latin America

    CARTAGENA, Colombia -(Dow Jones)- Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos said Saturday said he's worried about weakness in the U.S. dollar--a concern also voiced by B...

  7. A dozen secret service agents sent home for misconduct

    Secret service agents sent back to US

  8. Colombian president on relationship with US

    Juan Manuel Santos on 'Special Report'

  9. Colombia's Ecopetrol To Drill For Oil In Venezuela

    Energy ministers from Colombia, Venezuela met in Cartagena-Colombia's Ecopetrol plans to drill for oil in Venezuela-Ministers discussed proposal to build binational ...

  10. Colombia's Ecopetrol Wants To Drill For Oil In Venezuela

    Colombia's largest company, state-controlled energy firm Ecopetrol (ECOPETROL.BO, EC), aims to drill for crude oil in neighboring, energy-rich Venezuela, according t...

  11. Colombian Forces Kill Dozens Of Rebels In Oil-Rich Region

    Colombia says its armed forces, using air strikes and ground attacks, have killed 33 Marxist guerrillas over the past 24 hours in the remote, oil-rich region of Arau...

  12. Colombian Military Continues Search For Missing Oil Workers

    At least 11 workers in Colombia's largest oil-pipeline project remained missing Wednesday, a day after their disappearance was first reported and blamed on an abduct...

  1. Colombia Lowers Coal Output Projection to 94 Million Tons

    The Colombian government has lowered its projections for coal production this year as a labor strike and environmental problems are hurting output at one of the worl...

  2. Colombia Rebel Bombings Shut Two of Ecopetrol's Main Oil Pipelines

    BOGOTA, Colombia--Two of state oil company Ecopetrol SA's (EC) main pipelines, one near Venezuela and the other near Ecuador, are out of service after a pair of bomb...

  3. Colombia Coal Sector Hit by Labor Unrest, Environmental Incidents

    Colombia's coal sector, which typically sits in the shadow of the country's dominant oil industry, has been thrust to the spotlight as labor unrest and environmental...

  4. Colombia ETF Lower Ahead of Possible Rate Cut

    Shares of the Global X FTSE Colombia 20 ETF (NYSE:GXG), the largest ETF devoted to the South American country, are off by about half a percent Monday on light volume...

  5. In search of business, Europe changes tone in Latin America

    Five years ago during the closing speeches of a summit in Chile, Spain's king told Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to "shut up" in an exchange that epitomized the f...

  6. Time to open up to trade, EU tells Argentina, Brazil

    EU leaders told Argentina and Brazil on Saturday to open up their markets and push ahead on a free-trade deal that would be a major prize for Europe as it tries to e...

  7. Peace Talks Negotiator Attacks Colombian Mining Firms

    The head negotiator for a Marxist insurgency fiercely attacked Colombia's most prominent oil and mining firms Thursday in the opening salvo of peace talks that could...

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