Spain's national police said the suspect had attracted their attention "due to his notable nervousness and the disproportionate size of the toupee he wore." He was detained in Barcelona last month.
"We want to go around and pour holy water... so that God's blessing comes and gets rid of all the wickedness that is in our streets," said monsignor Rubén Darío Jaramillo Montoya, bishop of Buenaventura, Colombia
Pelosi will be in New York and Washington, D.C. when Trump and Pence are overseas, a spokesperson from her office confirmed.
Last month, President Donald Trump's national security adviser was spotted with a notepad that said, "5,000 troops to Colombia."
"Donald Trump has without doubt given an order to kill me and has told the government of Colombia and the Colombian mafia to kill me," the embattled South American leader said.
White House national security adviser John Bolton's legal pad notes appeared to say: "Afghanistan —> welcome the talks. 5,000 troops to Colombia."
I had a chance to witness the human stories behind this crisis first-hand. The U.S., governments across South America and international donors must step up to help.
"Suspicion was aroused at the United States Embassy when packages were X-rayed, revealing cocaine within gutted out punching bags," a release from the Justice Department explained.
A recorded call played aloud in Brooklyn federal courtroom features a purported FARC rebel and Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera. And Guzmán pushing the price down: "Listen, I'm going to buy 2 and leave Simon's [a nickname for Cifuentes] property to pay for the rest."
Well, that escalated quickly.
Juan Carlos Ramirez led the Colombian North Valley cartel and sold cocaine to El Chapo.
María Victoria Henao opens up for the first time about her life alongside one of the world's most dangerous criminals.
Using a canine team, the officers located five packages of cocaine attached to the women's bodies.
It wasn't until the lovers were inside the vehicle that the woman and her husband recognized each other.
The high-profile bust comes a week after a United Nations report drew attention to Colombia's record-breaking and increasing cocaine production.
Pence issued a strong warning to Venezuela on Tuesday after it stationed troops along the border of Colombia in a move seen as highly provocative by Bogotá and Washington.
With the release of a new report, President Ivan Duque pledged that Colombia would implement a new strategy to address the illicit drug trade.
Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, Venezuela and the U.S. together accounted for half of the 251,000 gun deaths in 2016.
In one brothel in the Colombian border town of Cúcuta, 58 of the 60 women were from neighboring Venezuela.
"You've no idea what it's like [in Venezuela]. Whole families eat from the trash."
Following the attack, the Venezuelan leader accused right-wing groups and pointed fingers at Colombia. He also suggested that Venezuelans living in the U.S. were involved.
According to the Venezuelan government, those arrested worked with other plotters in Miami and Colombia.
More than a million people have already fled the country amid a worsening economic crisis.