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  1. Colombia will decide as late as possible whether to start James Rodriguez in their opening World Cup clash against Japan on Tuesday as the 2014 top-scorer labours with a calf strain.

  2. Colombia kick-off their 2018 World Cup campaign against Japan four years after their best ever finish when they lost to the hosts Brazil in the quarter final. The campaign earned a move ...

  3. Colombia will be aiming to shake off a dismal conclusion to their run through CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying when they kick off their 2018 FIFA World Cup group stage schedule ...

  4. Brazil 2014 was the summer that Colombia star James Rodriguez announced himself to the international stage with an impressive tournament, and the Bayern Munich forward will be hoping ...

  5. Colombia, one of the dark horses at the 2018 World Cup, begins playing on Tuesday in a showdown against Japan. Both teams have talent and the ability to make some noise, but Colombia ...

  6. With the election of a new president Sunday, Colombia threw the future of its peace deal into uncertainty. Conservative candidate Ivan Duque has repeatedly pledged to roll back parts ...

  7. Colombia cannot afford to dwell on regrets from its loss to Japan in their World Cup opener when facing Poland in a crucial second Group H match, midfielder Abel Aguilar says. Jose Pekerman's ...

  8. Colombia take on Japan on Tuesday as Group H gets under way at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Per Agence France-Presse (h/t Firstpost), Colombia's James Rodriguez and Wilmar Barrios ...

  9. James Rodriguez will not start for Colombia in their World Cup opener against Japan in Saransk, Russia on Tuesday after injuring his left calf in training. The midfielder, who was the ...

  10. BOGOTA, Colombia — A former guerrilla fighter will compete against a conservative protege of a powerful ex-president for Colombia’s top office on Sunday, as the country holds a ...

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