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Developing countries offer to house evacuees until they can be resettled in wealthier nations
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Government shifts the burden to companies after VAT proposal sparked violent clashes
Fitch downgrade hits Iván Duque’s government rocked by violent protests to tax reform plan
Populism and the pandemic have interrupted the region’s commodity-linked prosperity
Violence takes toll in country’s third-largest city as protesters call for sweeping changes
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Governments have little budgetary room for manoeuvre to quell rising wave of protests
Demonstrators and police clash across country in show of anger over Duque’s policies
Architect of proposal to avoid debt rating downgrade resigns after week of deadly protests
The country’s investment-grade status hinges on legislation to stabilise economy
State-owned group embarks on decarbonisation push as country’s reserves dwindle
Country could be ejected from elite group by rating agencies if reform package fails
Giving the world’s 80m displaced people access to broad social rights can be a win-win solution for all
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Offer of legal status to Venezuelan refugees is an example to other nations
Candidates begin jockeying for position as Duque limps towards final 18 months in power
Ex-president says Maduro regime has put the country at risk of becoming another Cuba
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Roads-to-rivers programmes navigate diversions ranging from corruption scandal to pandemic and tricky geography
Unspoilt areas open up to visitors as state offers industry subsidies
Investors pour $1bn into an industry spurred by financial inclusion and undeterred by money laundering curbs
Our correspondents on how one of Latin America’s oldest democracies is facing down its bloody past and meeting the challenges of the pandemic, upgrading its infrastructure and modernising its economy