Former president Santos asks forgiveness for deaths of thousands during armed conflict with left-wing fighters.
Juan Manuel Santos
We challenge former president Juan Manuel Santos on his deal with FARC fighters and war crimes committed on his watch.
Duque announces offensive to find ex-FARC leaders, who said they’re rearming in a ‘new phase of the armed struggle’.
The UN Security Council makes four-day visit to Colombia to check in on the implementation of the landmark agreement.
Colombia’s lower house voted 110-44 to turn down the suggested changes in latest congressional defeat to the president.
Ex-FARC members and activists are being increasingly targeted despite a decrease in overall homicides in Colombia.
More than 4,000 migrants are arriving in Ecuador each day in an attempt to flee the ongoing crises in Venezuela.
Venezuelan president says he has ‘sufficient evidence’ that Colombia is behind the foiled ‘assassination attempt’.
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos dismissed allegations he was involved in the attack.
Outgoing president calls for protection of peace as several former rebel fighters become legislators.
While analysts say the arrest is a ‘serious blow’ to FARC, they say it could bolster the peace process in the long run.
Jesus Santrich was arrested in Bogota on charges of planning to smuggle $320m worth of cocaine to the US.
The armed group is set to start an inventory of its weapons and destroying munitions under UN supervision.
As Colombia’s president receives the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, he discusses the FARC peace deal and challenges ahead.