An incident over Venezuela airspace involving a warplane and commercial airliner has threatened to sever the vital air connection between Bogotá and Caracas.
A high-profile capture Wednesday of a ELN front commander puts Colombia's military on the offensive against the guerrilla weeks before formal peace talks are to begin.
New evidence by forensic investigators suggest the Colombian family of four in Sydney, Australia, died by a "well-planned" gas poisoning.
A Colombian family of four were found dead at their home in north Sydney. María Claudia Lutz, husband Fernando Manrique, had lived in north Sydney since 2005. The causes of death have not been confirmed.
Gang-related violence in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras is driving tens of thousands of people, including unaccompanied children, on perilous journeys to the U.S. border, in search of asylum.
President Santos has extended the ceasefire with FARC until Dec. 31 to revive the peace accord rejected in the nationwide plebiscite.
This launch of the “public phase” marks a return to stalled talks with ELN that date back two years.
Drones are increasingly being used for humanitarian purposes around the world, including providing safe voyage for thousands of people who have made the perilous journey to a better life in the West.
Colombia's chief negotiator Humberto de la Calle and FARC's Iván Márquez released as statement from Havana reaffirming their commitment to maintain the bilateral ceasefire.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for his work negotiating a peace deal with the FARC.
The capital was taken over by peace advocates wearing white, carrying candles, and waving Colombian flags.
President Juan Manuel Santos met with former presidents Alvaro Uribe and Andres Pastrana on Wednesday to discuss the next steps for Colombia's peace process.
A ceasefire between the Colombian government and FARC guerrilla group could end this month following voters' rejection of a peace deal on Sunday.
Hurricane Matthew may have dramatically affected Colombia's peace vote by keeping voters from the polls on Sunday.
The plebiscite vote revitalized Colombian democracy and the need for a new route forward to achieve a lasting peace with FARC.
Colombia's Chief Peace Negotiator Humberto De la Calle hands in his letter of resignation to President Santos and asks for unity and national accord.