Hacienda Napoles is the 7.7-square mile former estate of deceased Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, who was killed in a shootout with Colombian National Police in 1993. The place stood neglected for years as the Colombian government and Escobar's family fought over property rights. Eventually, the home went to the government, which recently began operating it as a quasi-theme park. Even so, Escobar's former home remains in a state of disrepair, partially so as not to glorify its former…

20 Creepy Photos of Abandoned Attractions

Discover Hacienda Nápoles in Puerto Triunfo, Colombia: Former drug lord’s manor, now a theme park. Watch out for the hippos.

Sign the petition urging the Colombian government to outlaw the cruel 'sport' of bullfighting, in which innocent bulls are maimed and killed

Sign: Stop Torturing Bulls for Entertainment at Cruel Colombian Bullfights

The Colombian Government Is Killing Its Peasant Farmers for Their Land | VICE United Kingdom

The Colombian Government Is Killing Its Peasant Farmers for Their Land

The Colombian Government Is Killing Its Peasant Farmers for Their Land | VICE United Kingdom

Farc rebels and Colombian government reach deal over political participation

Farc rebels and Colombian government reach deal over political participation

Rebels have agreed to give up use of violence to reach political ends in major breakthrough in peace talks

Looking for a Latin American Seed Fund? Try the Colombian Government - "That's where the money is." - http://www.PaulFDavis.com Global Business Consultant (info@PaulFDavis.com)

Looking for a Latin American Seed Fund? Try the Colombian Government

Looking for a Latin American Seed Fund? Try the Colombian Government - "That's where the money is." - http://www.PaulFDavis.com Global Business Consultant (info@PaulFDavis.com)

US Pressure Led to Massacre of Colombian Farmers    Empire Files' Abby Martin says the massacre of unarmed coca farmers in Tumaco, Colombia was in response to pressure from the Trump administration to undermine the government's crop substitution agreement and use force in the "war on drugs"

Empire Files' Abby Martin says the massacre of unarmed coca farmers in Tumaco, Colombia was in response to pressure from the Trump administration to undermine the government's crop substitution agreement and use force in the "war on drugs"

Tears of joy as rebels sign ceasefire with Colombian government | Reuters

Tears of joy as rebels sign ceasefire with Colombian government

Tears of joy as rebels sign ceasefire with Colombian government | Reuters

Empire Files: A Massacre of Farmers in US-Colombia 'War On Drugs'    On October 5, police opened fire on unarmed farmers in Tumaco, Colombia. The massacre was part of a crackdown on coca farmers in the "War On Drugs," despite an agreement for crop substitution--and amid new threats from Trump, ordering the government to use more force or face consequences. Watch more on teleSUR

On October police opened fire on unarmed farmers in Tumaco, Colombia. The massacre was part of a crackdown.

Colombian government recommendation puts Novartis cancer drug patent at jeopardy - STAT

Colombian government recommendation puts Novartis cancer drug patent at jeopardy

The Colombian government wants generic drug firms to be able to make versions of Novartis's cancer treatment Gleevec without the firm's consent.

“The Women Fighting the Colombian Government Tell Their Stories” —California…

Politics of War COLOMBIA. A FARC member has her hair cared for by a comrade. From the series The Other Colombia.

Colombian Government, FARC-EP reach agreement

Colombian government, FARC-EP reach agreement

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia signed a historic cease-fire last week, and is preparing to demobilize, but the fight for control of its coca fields may have just begun.

Battle for #sunkentreasure intensifies as U.S. #salvagers vow to defy #Colombian government http://fusion.net/story/310491/battle-for-sunken-treasure-intensifies-as-u-s-salvagers-vow-to-defy-colombian-government via @Fusion

Battle for Sunken Treasure Intensifies As U.S. Salvagers Vow to Defy Colombian Government

Battle for Sunken Treasure Intensifies As U. Salvagers Vow to Defy Colombian Government

Colombian Government, FARC Reach Deal To End Hostilities : NPR

Colombian Government, FARC Reach Deal To End Hostilities

Colombian Government, FARC Reach Deal To End Hostilities : NPR

Colombian government, FARC to sign peace deal despite opposition objections

Colombian government, FARC to sign peace deal despite opposition objections

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos plans to sign a peace deal with FARC guerilla rebels Thursday, before sending it to Congress where he expects approval.

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