Cartagena is a city of 3.5 million people in Colombia, Colombia’s largest city.
It has a population of over 5 million people, and it’s been under the control of the Colombian government for more than 20 years.
The city has been in turmoil ever since the Colombian military overthrew its government in 2000, when it was accused of committing war crimes during the failed cocaine trade.
In recent years, violence has skyrocketed in Cartagaya, with Colombia’s war on drugs reaching its worst level in decades.
The country has also been hit hard by a series of devastating hurricanes, including the 2011 devastating earthquake that killed more than 700 people and the 2010 Hurricane Guzman, which killed at least 3,500.
The hurricane that devastated Colombia, and the one that devastated the city of Cartagay, was caused by a tropical storm.
The two disasters were a major turning point in the country’s history.
Cartagñans devastation led to an earthquake in 2012, the countrys first since 2003.
The quake was the largest in Colombia since 2006.
The subsequent drought in the region and a series a natural disasters caused by extreme weather caused the country to go into a severe economic recession in 2013, leaving millions homeless.
In the past year, violence escalated in Cartaggay, leading to the assassination of the mayor.
Many in Cartags capital city, Bogota, blamed the killings on the citys violent security forces.
The military and the police responded by shooting at protesters, and then at the crowds that were trying to flee the city.
The clashes left hundreds dead and injured.
Cartags President Alejandro Monteiro resigned after the protests and the government imposed a curfew.
Many people were left homeless as they were forced to leave the city due to the riots.
In March 2018, the United States and Colombia signed a peace deal that restored peace and stability to the country.
While Cartagens government has acknowledged that it was responsible for the riots and the ensuing economic and political crisis, it has not apologized or acknowledged responsibility for the violence or the assassinations.
The U.S. and Colombia have also been embroiled in a massive drug war, where both countries have been accused of using deadly force to enforce the drug trade.
The conflict has killed more people in Cartagos name than any other country in the world, with the country hosting the highest rate of homicide in the entire world.
Despite this, the Colombian army has refused to arrest any of its members for the drug war.
According to Human Rights Watch, the conflict has cost Colombia billions of dollars in humanitarian aid, and caused thousands of Colombians to flee their homes.
Since the outbreak of the unrest in Cartago, the city has seen an increase in the number of murders and other violent crimes, which is a stark contrast to the rest of Colombia, where the rate of violent crimes has decreased.
The violent crackdown has led to thousands of deaths, and many Colombians are still struggling to get back on their feet.
In a recent interview with Newsweek, journalist Mariana Gomez said that the country has not learned from its past mistakes, but that she hopes the city will learn from its mistakes in the future.
She also said that Cartagas new police force is being developed to better deal with crime.