Last week Colombia’s new ambassadors to the USA and the OAS said all options regarding Venezuela are on the table. Meanwhile, President Iván Duque contradicted them with a more cautious approach.
With their presidential election, Colombians thought this long campaign was finally over. But the results of the first round suggest it’s all just getting started.
La Silla Vacía explains how, ten months after the border with Colombia was officially closed, the whole border region around Cúcuta has turned into a vast safe haven for organized crime.
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