The Colombian government has been paying people in the Amazon to focus a portal that aims to “focus on news from the Amazon and other parts of Latin America”.
The Colombian news portal CENTV has a focus on Colombian television, but the government has also paid some Colombian journalists to focus the portal on the news.
In December, the government also paid $250,000 for the exclusive rights to use a newspaper in Colombia.
The newspaper in question is the Colombian daily La Razon.
The Colombian newspaper La Racontección has the same focus as the portal, but focuses more on the regional and national news.
La Racontista was launched in 2016, and was aimed at promoting a positive image of Colombia, according to the press release announcing the initiative.
The portal was designed to allow the government to “present the facts of Colombian life, as well as present Colombian history, culture and languages”.
The news portal was created by the former president Juan Manuel Santos, and the website was created in June.
In 2017, the Colombian government announced that it had paid $1.5 million to the portal to ensure that the portal would be “more responsive to the needs of the media”.
According to Reuters, Colombia’s news portal has attracted attention from the United States, as it is the only Colombian news website that was listed as a target for cyber attack last year.