An explosion near Bogota's bullring killed one and injured at least 30 people, most of them police officers.
The last 300 members of Colombia’s biggest rebel group, the FARC, have reached a transition zone to lay down their arms under an historic peace deal with the…
Colombia's second largest rebel group, the Marxist ELN, is seeking peace after the bigger FARC group has made peace with the government.
The Colombian government and the country's second-largest rebel group have begun official negotiations in Ecuador hoping to end a 50-year war.
National Liberation Army of Colombia are sitting down with the goverment in Ecuador to begin peace talks to end more than 50 years of conflict.
Bullfighting has returned to the Colombian capital, reawakening an age-old argument.
The Colombian Congress has passed a law offering amnesty to thousands of FARC rebels laying down their arms.
The plane carrying Brazil's Chapecoense football team and was not certified to fly at the altitude at which it was flying.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, who won the Nobel peace prize for the deal with the FARC and opposition leader Alvaro Uribe, who rejected the agreement met with Pope Francis in the…
A day after banning the 100-bolivar banknote from circulation, President Maduro has ordered the 72-hour closure of the Colombian border.
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Santos collects Nobel Prize in Oslo for deal with FARC Quotes anti-war song by Bob Dylan, 2016 literature winner Hopes Colombian deal can inspire peace talks elsewhere Colombian President Juan Ma
Dozens of FARC rebels have gathered in Colombia ahead of handing in their weapons, in what is seen as a first critical step in implementing the peace deal.
Juan Manuel Santos spoke from Norway on the eve of receiving the award, saying it helped spur the push for peace.
Gustavo Vargas, the chief executive of Bolivian charter airline LaMia, has been detained for questioning.
Wake held for soccer plane-crash victims in Brazil The small agricultural town of Chapeco has held a wake for football players who died in a Colombian plane crash as they headed to the Copa Sudamerica
Fans, families and officials gather in southern Brazil to pay their respects to victims of the plane crash that wiped out most of the squad.
A huge memorial service has been held for the victims of the deadly plane crash which wiped out a Brazilian football team.
Days after the plane crash in Colombia that killed 19 of their team mates, the three surviving members of the Brazilian Chapecoense football team are in a stable condition in…
The bodies of those killed on board the aircraft that crashed near Medellin, decimating the Chapecoense football team, are being repatriated.
The new accord approved by Congress gives the country's largest rebel group six months to abandon its weapons.
Officials say the bodies of those killed in the plane crash over Colombia have been identified and are being prepared for transportation.
The plane that crashed in Colombia wiping out most of a Brazilian football team was running out of fuel and had no electrical power.
Investigators from Brazil and the UK have arrived in Colombia to help the inquiry into the plane crash that decimated the Chapecoense football team.
Thousands of grieving football fans have paid tribute to the Brazilian team which lost most of its players in a plane crash in Colombia.
Chapecoense were founded in 1973 in the town of Chapeco in southern of Brazil – the result of a merger between two amateur teams.