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Special to the Los Angeles TimesI paused on a steamy February afternoon in Cartagena's Plaza Santo Domingo. In the square's center, tourists dined on fresh seafood and coconut rice at umbrella-shaded tables. At its edge was the 16th century Santo Domingo Church, whose twisted tower is...
La PlazaThe agreement was signed in October and faced intense criticism from Colombia's more left-leaning neighbors, including Venezuela and Bolivia. President Juan Manuel Santos, who was inaugurated on Aug. 7, enjoys a wide political majority in Colombia's...
The Fabulous ForumUsually no one cares much about Davis Cup play in the United States. Unless it happens that during the U.S. Open it is announced by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) that 10-year captain Patrick McEnroe is stepping down. Or......
La PlazaThreatening lists of names posted on Facebook in a southern department of Colombia are causing panic after three young people whose names appeared on the lists have been confirmed killed, reports in Colombia said (link in Spanish)....
La PlazaThe arrival of former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe at Georgetown University is sparking campus debate on the two-term leader's legacy in security and human rights. Uribe starts work this semester as a "Distinguished Scholar in the Practice of Global...
For tourist information about foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. Several no longer list phone numbers, so information is through their website only. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-...
Brand XCover story: It is the collision of cultures that makes the music of Tijoux, Bomba EstÃ©reo and Chocquibtown â all currently working on their next albums and planning to return to Los Angeles in the early months of 2011 â so intriguing. Ana...
La PlazaComments made by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton comparing Mexico's drug war to a Colombia-style "insurgency" touched off a flurry of debate over the parallels between the two conflicts. Seeking out the facts, L.A. Times foreign...
La PlazaIf the remarkable rescue of 33 miners trapped in Chile for 69 days was a "miracle," as some have dubbed it, other mining accidents in recent years have had less happy endings, claiming dozens of lives in Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela. Though...
Show TrackerAs anyone who's watched so much as five minutes of the show can tell you, "Modern Family" is no accident. The show's storylines revolve around minor domestic quibbles, like barking dogs and sullen teens. They're reassuring in their familiarity and,......
L.A. UnleashedScientists' search for a toad that hasn't been seen since the early part of the 20th century was unsuccessful but turned out to be fruitful anyway. Researchers looking for the elusive Mesopotamia beaked toad -- the last documented sighting of......
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