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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Volunteers in Ciudad Bolivia, a poor district of Bogotá, Colombia, counting the votes of the presidential elections in Colombia on May 25th, 2014.2014.2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Police forces observing the presidential elections in Ciudad Bolivia, a poor district of Bogotá, Colombia, on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Local police officers are guarding the entrances to Bolívar Square in Bogotá, Colombia during the presidential elections on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Police forces marching on Bolívar Square in Bogotá, Colombia towards the National Capitol during presidential elections on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Citizens of Bogotá lining up for information about the presidential elections in Colombia on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Police forces marching on Bolívar Square in Bogotá, Colombia towards the National Capitol during presidential elections on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Police forces marching on Bolívar Square in Bogotá, Colombia towards the National Capitol during presidential elections on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Police forces marching on Bolívar Square in Bogotá, Colombia towards the National Capitol during presidential elections on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

The National Capitol on Bolívar Square in Bogotá, Colombia, which is the seat of the National Congress on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Presidential elections in Bogotá, Colombia on May 25th, 2014.

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Presidential Elections in Colombia
By Daniel Van Moll
25 May 2014

Police forces marching on Bolívar Square in Bogotá, Colombia towards the National Capitol during presidential elections on May 25th, 2014.

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Colombia’s Internally Displaced Perso...
Bogota, Colombia
By Natalia Margarita
17 Mar 2013

With over 4 million of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Colombia is among the top three countries of the world with the highest rates of internal displacement. Afro-descendants have been one of the communities most affected by Colombia’s inner armed conflict. Seeking for security, shelter and a way to make a living, over 7.000 afro-Colombians have arrived in Bogota’s neighborhood El Oasis. Through music and dancing they have found a way to deal with their problems and heal the wounds from violence.

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Colombia’s Internally Displaced Perso...
Bogota, Colombia
By Natalia Margarita
17 Mar 2013

With over 4 million of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Colombia is among the top three countries of the world with the highest rates of internal displacement. Afro-descendants have been one of the communities most affected by Colombia’s inner armed conflict. Seeking for security, shelter and a way to make a living, over 7.000 afro-Colombians have arrived in Bogota’s neighborhood El Oasis. Through music and dancing they have found a way to deal with their problems and heal the wounds from violence.

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Colombia’s Internally Displaced Perso...
Bogota, Colombia
By Natalia Margarita
17 Mar 2013

With over 4 million of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Colombia is among the top three countries of the world with the highest rates of internal displacement. Afro-descendants have been one of the communities most affected by Colombia’s inner armed conflict. Seeking for security, shelter and a way to make a living, over 7.000 afro-Colombians have arrived in Bogota’s neighborhood El Oasis. Through music and dancing they have found a way to deal with their problems and heal the wounds from violence.

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Colombia’s Internally Displaced Perso...
Bogota, Colombia
By Natalia Margarita
17 Mar 2013

With over 4 million of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Colombia is among the top three countries of the world with the highest rates of internal displacement. Afro-descendants have been one of the communities most affected by Colombia’s inner armed conflict. Seeking for security, shelter and a way to make a living, over 7.000 afro-Colombians have arrived in Bogota’s neighborhood El Oasis. Through music and dancing they have found a way to deal with their problems and heal the wounds from violence.

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Colombia's Internally Displaced Persons
Bogota, Colombia
By U.S. Editor
16 Mar 2013

With over 4 million Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Colombia is among the top three countries in the world with the highest rates of internal displacement. Afro-descendants have been one of the communities most affected by Colombia’s internal armed conflict. Seeking security, shelter and a way to make a living, over 7000 afro-Colombians have arrived in Bogota’s neighborhood El Oasis. Through music and dance, they have found a way to deal with their problems and heal the wounds of the violence they have experienced.

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Relatives of people kidnapped by the ...
Bogota, Colombia
By lggomez
15 Feb 2013

Relatives of people been held by the guerrilla FARC or assassinated, marched this morning at the Plaza of Bolivar in Bogota, Colombia.

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Saliendo Adelante (Moving Forward)
Bogota, Colombia
By Ben Cheetham
26 Aug 2012

Walking through Bogotá it would be hard to ignore the overwhelming presence of those who call its streets home. Thousands of young people make up this sub-group of society, a legacy of decades of political instability. This Film takes place in one of 26 houses set up by ‘the Institution for the Protection of Childhood and Adolescence’ (IDIPRON) located in the centre of Bogotá.

‘Saliendo Adelante’ explores the life of José who, now in his early 20’s, has lived on the streets since the age of 6. José is now attempting to change his life’s trajectory by talking part in the programme of social rehabilitation offered by the institution. Through the film we are also introduced to the work of Orlando, a teacher at the institution, and his efforts to offer those like José other ways of visualizing the world around them.

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Semana Santa (18 of 36)
Envigado, Antioquia, Colombia
By Lukas Powroziewicz
06 Apr 2012

Rainy evening before the Holy Week procession in Envigado, Colombia

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Semana Santa (29 of 36)
Envigado, Antioquia, Colombia
By Lukas Powroziewicz
06 Apr 2012

Rainy night during Holy Week celebrations in Envigado, Colombia