President Santos and FARC's "Timochenko" exchange peace pins to mark the end of 52 years of conflict.
Representatives of victims groups from across Colombia arrive in Cartagena to attend the peace signing ceremony withe FARC.
Colombia and the FARC guerrilla group will sign an ambitious peace agreement Monday afternoon in Cartagena.
World leaders and international media reacted strongly on Monday to news that Colombia's government would sign a peace agreement with the FARC guerrilla group.
Colombia's government and the FARC prepare to sign a historic peace agreement in Cartagena on Monday.
Colombia's FARC guerrilla group will be removed from the EU terror organization list following a peace deal signing with the Colombian government on Monday.
On Monday, Colombia's and FARC sign the Final Accord during a ceremony in Cartagena, ending 50-years of war.
World leaders have begun arriving in Cartagena ahead of the historic peace signing Monday with FARC.
Former senior commanders of the paramilitary AUC have called on Colombians to support the peace process with FARC.
“In your hands," said Timochenko, "lies the fate of Colombia,” as the guerrilla group celebrated its 10th conference in the Eastern plains.
The U.S Secretary of State John Kerry has pledged an additional US$36 million to the Global Demining Initiative for Colombia.
A priceless pre-Columbian artefact has been recovered in London by Art Recovery Group and handed over to the Colombian Embassy.
Towns with little state presence, such as La Macarena, Meta, must fend for their economic prosperity in an era of post-conflict.
A Colombian crew member has been reported missing in Alaskan waters.
More than 200 FARC members are preparing their first post-conflcit congress in La Macarena.
The Final Accord has the capacity to catapult this nation to a peaceful future with FARC or plunge back to violence of the past. Millions to mobilise for the plebiscite.