Published July 30, 2014 at 10:05 PM Updated August 3, 2014 at 1:10 PM
Taxi drivers in Colombia are protesting the arrival of ride-share company, Uber. They say the company isn’t regulated and doesn’t follow the laws governing the country’s taxi industry.
Michelle Begue takes a look at how Uber’s entry may transform an age-old industry.
FARC rebels leave Colombia’s port city without electricity
Colombia's most important "port" city on the Pacific was left without power after the leftist rebel group, known as FARC, attacked an electricity tower. Authorities say 90-percent of Buenaventura is without power.CCTV's Michelle Begue, has this story from Colombia.
They say the company isn't regulated and doesn't follow the laws governing the country's taxi industry.
Michelle Begue takes a look at how Uber's entry may transform an ages old industry.