Wenger's side has taken just one point in two Premier League games.
Newsweek speaks to Roberto Escobar about his distaste for the Netflix show.
Governments are failing to resettle displaced people, leading to a growing annual total.
Radamel Falcao says he was not helped by a lack of playing time.
The Colombian has struggled at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Pope Francis added that he still considers abortion a crime.
The virus has been linked to the devastating birth defect microcephaly.
Zika's risk to babies is now a public health emergency.
In the short term, capturing the world's most notorious drug lord may lead to more violence.
Bogota agrees compensation deal with rebels for victims of a decades-long civil war.
The two sides could be near a pact on the terms of confinement for ex-combatants who would be tried in special tribunals.
Follows agreement made in September between FARC leader and Colombian president.
As governments ban circus animals, advocates are stepping in to save the creatures.
The network, which screens the pageants of the Miss Universe Organization that Trump partly owns, will no longer work with him.
Rescue teams continue working in the area looking for an unknown number of missing people
Heavy rains caused a ravine to overflow, sending mud and water onto neighboring homes in Salgar, located in Antioquia department.
A 23-year-old allegedly recruited girls aged between 11 and 16 into forced prostitution.
The Anzoátegui mayor's office drew criticism for booking male strippers to perform on International Women's Day.
The guerrilla rebels and the government agree to drop their uniforms and weapons in a step toward peace.
Clancy, a 27-year Secret Service veteran and trusted insider, takes over a troubled agency as its permanent chief.
The guerilla group has invited the Colombian-born Miss Universe to peace talks in Havana.