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The abandoned holiday home gives a glimpse into the lifestyle of the former head of the Medellin drug cartel in Colombia, who, at the height of his notoriety, struggled to find space to store all the money he was earning from trafficking narcotics.
Spanish national police/EFE Spanish police have arrested one of Colombia 's most wanted drug cartel enforcers who is linked to 400 murders. Hernan Alonso Villa, better known as El Raton (The Mouse), was stopped en route to one of his safe houses in
Medellin has become emblematic of Colombia's dramatic transformation over the past decade...July 18, 2014 Medellin, Colombia The labyrinth of streets making up Medellin 's hillside slums are filled with what locals here call an apparent calm. Food
Benicio del Toro is known for playing shady villains, but in Paradise Lost, slated to premiere this fall, he plays one of the most notorious drug barons in history. In the first teaser trailer, released Wednesday, del Toro appears as Pablo Escobar...
This can't be real' And there Maharaj has remained for 27 years. Then, in April this year, a Florida judge granted Maharaj a chance that could open the door to freedom. Florida 11th Judicial Circuit Judge William Thomas has scheduled a hearing this
Colombia paid tribute on Wednesday to football star Andres Escobar, who was gunned down 20 years ago just days after scoring an own goal at the World Cup finals. The killing, widely said to be an act of revenge for the 27-year-old defender's own goal,
Hacienda Napoles, about 200 miles north of Bogota, was Escobar's hideout Some families have even taken in hippo calves and nursed them at home as pets, according to El Colombiano newspaper. A young girl told the paper: 'My father brought a little one
Sure, daily news is good, but we dig hanging out with our newsweekly brethren at HBO's Last Week Tonight . HBO has generously posted them on YouTube (for now). click to enlarge The Two Escobars ...Nothing could be as bad as the travails of Colombia's
These are not the Escobar hippos (they are from the San Diego Zoo), but you get the idea. (AP Photo/Ken Bohn) According to the BBC , hippos once owned by Pablo Escobar are still roaming the grounds of the late Colombian drug lord's former home,
It was in 2005, 12 years after Escobar's death, that people in rural Antioquia, 200 miles north-west of Bogota, began phoning the Ministry of Environment to report sightings of a peculiar animal. "They found a creature in a river that they had never