Colombia will receive U.S$5 billion to invest in regions impacted by coca. President Duque also received on Thursday a message of friendship from Trump for eradication efforts.
The commanders of the National Liberation Army (ELN) will be charged by the Attorney General's Office for the bombing of Bogotá's Police Academy last year.
FARC's political leader and former top commander "Timochenko" thanked Colombian security forces for thwarting an assassination attempt during the weekend.
The global ridesharing company Uber ends operations in Colombia after legislators failed to regulate legal loopholes favoring the transport guild over the technology-based company.
President Iván Duque has pledged heightened security measures for the inhabitants of Bojayá after social activist Leyner Palacios receives death threats from an illegal armed group.
In an outdoor ceremony in Bogotá's largest green space, Claudia López became the first woman mayor of the capital. In her inaugural address on Tuesday, López outlined key policy objectives.
The Colombian methodology of apprentice-teacher learning and work schools for peacebuilding has been included in UNESCO's Register of Good Safeguarding Practices.
With lights to admire every night this holiday season, Bogotá's agenda includes over 100 free events and acrobatic spectacle in Plaza de Bolívar by France's La Maison.
In southwest Colombia, illegal armed groups have killed community leaders of the Nasa indigenous community as they seize control of lucrative drug routes.
Thousands marched Wednesday in Bogotá in the second general strike of the Paro Nacional. The protests have crippled the city's public transport system.
As Paro Nacional enters its sixth day, a general strike has been called by the Strike Committee for Wednesday. Colombians are demanding peaceful protest.
The Bogotá student Dilan Cruz who was shot by the National Police anti-riot squad during a demonstration died Monday from his injuries.
A social media influencer taped herself taking a hammer to a TransMilenio station during Thursday's protests. Her vandalism video has outraged Colombians.
Migración Colombia expelled 59 Venezuelans on Monday for committing acts of violence and vandalism in Bogotá.
Four days of protests in Bogotá has left scores of civilians and police officers injured. Colombia's capital braces for another week of demonstrations.
In a move to restore law and order to the Colombian capital after days of unrest and vandalism, President Iván Duque and Mayor Enrique Peñalosa order a curfew starting 9:00 pm