Even though the winter has to officially begin, most of Colombia is experiencing heavy rainfall prompting authorities to issue a "red alert" for floods and mudslides.
The recent rise in deaths among the Kogi peoples of Colombia's Sierra Nevada is being blamed on a mysterious respiratory-related illness.
The Vatican has announced that Pope Francis will visit Colombia for six days in September to show his support for the peace process with FARC and the importance of reconciliation.
Despite a sharp increase in hectares planted with the illegal coca crop, the top counternarcotics official William Brownfield praised the excellent U.S.-Colombia relationship.
U.S. President Donald Trump's drug policy in Colombia will be put to the test next week when senior officials meet to discuss the spike in coca cultivation.
Despite requests for clemency from the Colombian government, Ismael Enrique Arciniegas from Cali was executed by Chinese authorities Monday night.
The Colombian government called the bombing an act of terrorism and said it has put current peace talks with ELN at risk.
A recent wave of bombings in the Colombian capital has authorities on alert. Sunday's explosion in La Macarena neighborhood targeted the National Police.
Water scarcity is nothing new in this dry peninsula, but extra-arid conditions and corruption have combined to create a humanitarian crisis in La Guajira.
U.S President Donald Trump and Colombia's Juan Manuel Santos want to maintain strong diplomatic ties, but will immigration policy changes affect a "special relationship"?
Search and rescue operations continues in southern Mali to secure the release of the Colombian Franciscan nun, Gloria Cecilia Narvaez Argoti, taken by a gang of armed jihadists.
The national weather agency IDEAM recorded the highest temperature ever for Bogotá on Wednesday. The current heat spell will continue for the next several days.
The Odebrecht corruption scandal allegedly implicates President Juan Manuel Santos and his 2014 re-election campaign. Santos denies these allegations and asks for probe.
Recent scandals involving bribes for government contracts have forced President Santos to make the fight against corruption his number-one priority.
As thousands of FARC combatants demobilize across Colombia, The City Paper's director Richard Emblin recalls time among the guerrilla in the DMZ of the Cagúan.
After weeks of mass mobilization, the government confirms that ninety-four percent of FARC combatants have reached their Transitional Zones.