Authorities say they arrested 10 former Colombian FARC rebels based in Venezuela responsible for two attacks last month.
Fighters forced many out of Colombian rural towns 21 years ago and those who returned fear it might happen again.
Helicopter carrying President Duque was shot at near the Venezuela border on Friday.
No injuries reported in incident that took place when helicopter was flying through the country’s Catatumbo region.
In court, an ex-commander of the defunct rebel group formally admits that kidnappings were official FARC policy.
Strike went ahead despite calls to postpone it due to COVID-19, with riot police using tear gas to disperse crowds.
Increase in displacement comes amid threats, murders and violence between armed groups, human rights ombudsman says.
The explosion also left nine members of Venezuela’s military injured, the defence ministry says.
Rodrigo Londoño sends open letter to US politicians on continued killings of demobilised FARC fighters.
Colombian army bombs a base used by dissidents from the former FARC rebel group in Calamar, Colombia.
Killings allegedly presented as combat deaths to boost perception of military gains in conflict against FARC rebels.
Trubunal unveils first criminal charges against former FARC fighters since the 2016 peace deal.
Rural Indigenous and Black communities continue to live in fear as armed groups vie for control of territory.
Since the FARC disarmed in 2017, 253 former fighters have been killed in total – including four so far this year.