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Analysis: Why leftists don't win in Colombia
Despite deep inequality and South America's leftward tilt, Colombia's voters consistently favour conservatives.
Last updated: 26 May 2014 10:23 GMT
Zuluaga wins first round of Colombia election
Two conservatives - current president Juan Manuel Santos and Oscar Zuluaga - will face off again in a runoff in June.
Last updated: 25 May 2014 23:59 GMT
Five reasons to care about Colombia's polls
Arms dealers, coffee drinkers and potential holidaymakers, take note.
Last updated: 25 May 2014 07:31 GMT
Did Colombia's war on drugs succeed?
Security in Colombia has improved, but critics say campaign caused human rights abuses and empowered Mexican cartels.
Last updated: 22 May 2014 11:24 GMT
Dozens of children burn to death in Colombia
Bus carrying children catches fire in country's north, leaving 31 children dead and at least 25 others injured.
Last updated: 19 May 2014 08:29 GMT
Scandals overshadow Colombia polls
Incumbent president's campaign chief resigns over bribery claim, while opposition fights off hacking scandal.
Last updated: 18 May 2014 19:49 GMT
Colombia: Refugees in their own country
The more than five million Colombians forced from their homes are finding it difficult to return to their lands.
Last updated: 18 May 2014 13:09 GMT
Colombia and FARC agree to combat drugs trade
Government and rebels announce "comprehensive solution" to trafficking a week ahead of presidential election.
Last updated: 17 May 2014 21:13 GMT
Acid attacks on Colombia's women growing
Authorities are set to restrict sale of acids that are used as a weapon against women after a high-profile case.
Last updated: 12 Apr 2014 00:46 GMT
Marikana: The politics of law and order in post-apartheid South Africa
Liberal colonial occupation and the massacre have never been far apart in history, writes Pillay.
Last updated: 21 Mar 2014 22:57 GMT
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