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· October, 2005

Stories about Colombia from October, 2005

Colombia: “The Narco in All of Us”

Responding to recent criticism of President Uribe, Parce says that all Colombians have, in some way, indirectly supported the “narco traficantes.”

Colombia: La Cocterlera Nominated for BOB proudly announces that Valentina's weblog, Colombian Realities has been nominated for a Best of Blogs award.

Latin America: Poll Numbers

Bloggins by Boz has yet another thorough summary of electoral news from across Latin America.

Colombia, USA: Violence

John Guzman compares violence in Colombia and the United States.

Colombia: Finding Optimism Online

Sir Tropical looks for some positive thinking on the web and finds I Believe in Colombia, a foundation stressing hope and empowerment.

Colombia: Changing Outsider Perception

Logtar explains why he has created a new blog, Proyecto Colombia to help educate non-Colombians about the positive aspects of his home country.

Colombia: BogoWiki

Alejandro Forero Cuervo and Blue Elephant have been hard at work making BogoWiki, a collaborative, online guide to the city of Bogotá. There is also a space for making denouncements...

Colombia: Repressing Dissent

Colom Buenazo is upset with president Uribe's government after yesterday's violence between police and protesters in Santa Rosa. The post has generated passionate discussion.

Colombia: What Makes a Colombian

Logtar gives his analysis in both English and Spanish to the supposed defining list of what makes a Colombian.

Colombia: At the Scene of a Car Bomb

Harry Hutton

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