Bogota

“I saw an American eating [avocado toast] and I was like, ‘What the f**k?’”
Elska's Bogotá issue is one of its most honest and intimate yet.
Police said the device was placed in a toilet bowl in the second-floor restroom.
It's all part of an initiative to change attitudes about nursing in public.
Hundreds more are injured from the disaster.
Proving that one person's trash can certainly be a child's treasure.
Most of the victims were police officers preparing for anti-bullfighting protests in the Colombian capital.
Informal workers are essential contributors to the city and its functioning; therefore, improving their livelihoods is an
On November 19th, at about 2:00am -- an hour calculated to prevent press, human rights defenders, and the citizenry from being present -- hundreds of police officers circled the Campamento por la Paz in Bogotá's Plaza de Bolivar.
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Dwight D. Eisenhower once said, "Accomplishment will prove to be a journey, not a destination." Although the future of the
Even if you don't take a guided tour, it's hard not to notice the street art in Bogota, since it pops up in many neighborhoods
For the past few years, Surabaya has been getting ready to become a Green City in 2020. Widya Anggraini writes about the
Streetfight is an inspiring read. The sort of book that should be read by every officeholder wondering how they will advance their agenda in the rough and tumble world of contemporary urban politics.
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