Business & Economy
Emerald seekers scour Colombia's Muzo Valley, searching for the gem that could lift them out of poverty.
by Javier Corso
by Alessandro Rampietti
by Gerald Tan
by Zach Krahmer
Arts & Culture01 Mar 2017 09:39 GMT
Barranquilla carnival is said to be the second largest in the world and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage event.
Colombia08 Feb 2017 12:13 GMT
Over the last few decades Colombia's biggest rebel groups FARC and ELN have gained a major foothold in the country.
Latin America30 Jan 2017 09:37 GMT
Animal-rights activists take to the streets after the Colombian capital hosts its first bullfight in four years.
Latin America08 Jan 2017 05:56 GMT
Three monitors and supervisor 'separated' from their mission for taking part in New Year's Eve party with FARC rebels.
Colombia15 Dec 2016 05:50 GMT
Pardons apply to political crimes, but not killings and rape, minister says, as FARC expels uncooperative commanders.
Colombia12 Dec 2016 12:08 GMT
Colombian women, victims of unsafe plastic surgeries, struggle to find justice and understanding in a sexist society.
Special series11 Dec 2016 12:11 GMT
As Colombia's president receives the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, he discusses the FARC peace deal and challenges ahead.
Colombia10 Dec 2016 14:31 GMT
President awarded prize for efforts to bring his country’s more than 50-year-long conflict with FARC to an end.
Colombia10 Dec 2016 12:05 GMT
President to be awarded the prize for his efforts to bring the country’s more than 50-year-long civil war to an end.
FARC06 Dec 2016 15:23 GMT
After the rejection of the initial treaty, the Colombian government signed a revised peace deal with FARC rebels.
Arts & Culture02 Dec 2016 08:06 GMT
Spoken by residents of a settlement established by runaway slaves, Palenquero is seen as a form of cultural resistance.
Brazil01 Dec 2016 11:27 GMT
Thousands gathered at Atanasio Girardot Stadium in Medellin to pay tribute to players of the Brazilian football club.
Latin America Investigates01 Dec 2016 07:43 GMT
We investigate Colombia's backstreet cosmetic surgery trade and the scams that leave victims scarred for life.
Colombia01 Dec 2016 05:17 GMT
FARC accord finally approved after referendum rejection, bringing country one step closer to ending a 50-year-old war.
Aviation01 Dec 2016 03:57 GMT
Electrical failure and lack of fuel resulted in plane crash, according to recording of pilot's final communication.
by Catalina Ruiz-Navarro
by Remi Piet
by Hisham Aidi
by Jose Antonio Ocampo
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