**Distribution**

*El Tiempo* is published in six regional editions:

- Bogotá
- Caribe (Barranquilla, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Sincelejo, Riohacha and Valledupar)
- Medellín
- Café (Pereira, Manizales, Armenia)
- Cali (Cali, Popayán, Pasto)
- Region, for the remainder of the country.

On Sundays there are special sections. For about 3 years it published every Sunday a special section with a weekly selection of articles from *The New York Times*, translated into Spanish and using the same pictures. This section was dropped in January 2008 and since August 2008 it has been published by rival newspaper *El Espectador*.

*El Tiempo* is part of Grupo de Diarios América (America Newspaper Group), an organization of eleven leading newspapers from eleven Latin American countries.

Read more about this topic: *El Tiempo* (Colombia)

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