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Spanish court formally sends Shakira to trial for tax fraud
Europe · Madrid

Spanish court formally sends Shakira to trial for tax fraud

45% Center coverage: 108 sources
A Spanish court on Tuesday formally ordered Colombian superstar Shakira to stand trial on accusations that she failed to pay 14.5 million euros ($14.31 million) in income taxes, a court document released on Tuesday showed. A trial date has yet to be determined. Shakira moved to Spain in 2011 when her relationship with FC Barcelona defender Gerard Pique became public.See the Story
Ex-rebel sworn in as Colombia’s president in historic shift
Americas · Bogota

Ex-rebel sworn in as Colombia’s president in historic shift

41% Center coverage: 70 sources
Colombia’s first leftist president will be sworn into office Sundayi heralding a turning point in the history of a country haunted by a long war between the government and guerrilla groups. Sen. Gustavo Petro, a former member of Colombia's M-19 guerrilla group, won the presidential election in June. Petro is part of a growing group of leftist politicians and political outsiders who have been winning elections in Latin America. Petro has promised to tackle Colombia's social and economic inequalities by boosting spending on anti-poverty programs.See the Story
Police investigating highway killing of two Colombian journalists
Terrorism · Bogota

Police investigating highway killing of two Colombian journalists

38% Left coverage: 24 sources
Two journalists shot and killed as they returned from covering a carnival in Colombia. Police say they think the shooting stemmed from some kind of argument or altercation. Since a peace accord with leftist FARC rebels was signed in 2016, 10 reporters in Colombia have been killed. That makes this country Latin America's third most dangerous for journalists.See the Story

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