FARC

Colombia's Duque seeks arrest of rearmed ex-FARC leaders

Duque announces offensive to find ex-FARC leaders, who said they're rearming in a 'new phase of the armed struggle'.

Colombia's Duque seeks arrest of rearmed ex-FARC leaders

AJ Impact

Venezuelan crisis: Stateless children facing limbo in Colombia

Colombia says it will claim the offspring of refugees born within its borders. But can Bogota afford to be generous?

Venezuelan crisis: Stateless children facing limbo in Colombia

Latin America

Colombia to grant citizenship to children of Venezuelan parents

UN calls move 'a very important step' in guaranteeing 'the complete protection' of the children of Venezuelan parents.

Colombia to grant citizenship to children of Venezuelan parents

AJ Impact

Is swine fever creating a market for Colombian meat in China?

President Duque aims to convince China's leader that Colombia can meet China's increasing demand for beef.

Is swine fever creating a market for Colombian meat in China?

Colombia

UNSC in Colombia to check on implementation of FARC peace deal

The UN Security Council makes four-day visit to Colombia to check in on the implementation of the landmark agreement.

AJ Impact

The Pacific Alliance is gearing up for a fight

The Latin American countries want to form a regional economic powerhouse to rival the world's largest trade blocks.

The Pacific Alliance is gearing up for a fight

Women's Rights

For many women in Colombia, peace never arrived

Nearly three years after the peace deal, threats and attacks against women continue to plague the South American nation.

For many women in Colombia, peace never arrived

Colombia

Colombia's lower house rejects Duque's changes to peace tribunal

Colombia's lower house voted 110-44 to turn down the suggested changes in latest congressional defeat to the president.

Colombia's lower house rejects Duque's changes to peace tribunal

Latin America

South American leaders announce new regional bloc

Prosur will replace Unasur, which fell apart last year following divisions over how to address the Venezuela crisis.

Venezuela

Venezuelans vow to continue protests as clashes turn deadly

At least two killed in violent protests as President Maduro severs diplomatic ties with Colombia over Guaido support.

Colombia

Colombia's ELN rebels claim deadly police academy attack

National Liberation Army said suicide bombing was a reprisal after authorities failed to respect a unilateral ceasefire.

Colombia's ELN rebels claim deadly police academy attack

Colombia

Colombia's ELN to blame for bomb attack that killed 21: Officials

Defence minister says ELN explosives expert Jose Rojas detonated his vehicle at a Bogota police academy on Thursday.

Colombia's ELN to blame for bomb attack that killed 21: Officials

FARC

UN: 85 FARC members killed in Colombia since peace deal

Ex-FARC members and activists are being increasingly targeted despite a decrease in overall homicides in Colombia.

UN: 85 FARC members killed in Colombia since peace deal

Colombia

Colombia condemns 'plot' to kill president, arrests Venezuelans

Minister says 'internal and external actors' were responsible for threats to President Ivan Duque's life.

Colombia condemns 'plot' to kill president, arrests Venezuelans

Colombia

Colombia to withdraw from pan-South American UNASUR bloc

Duque says the group of South American states acts as an accomplice to the 'Venezuelan dictatorship'.

Colombia to withdraw from pan-South American UNASUR bloc