It's not easy making a living in Colombia where the unemployment rate has now risen to nine percent and sometimes a bit of creativity is called for.
Santa Claus passes cabin to cabin, visiting passengers as the train chugs along. Santa and his helpers hand out gifts to good girls and boys, while many passengers pose for photos with the train-travelling Old St. Nick
Toys placed outside Colombian Congress to protest child abuse
Situation unclear as camps struggle to cope, and alternative sites may be no better.
The Colombian president's language on immigration contrasts sharply with that of European leaders.
the global conversation
Three months into his tenure as the new president of Colombia, Iván Duque speaks with Euronews' Ana Lazaro Bosch about his vision for the future of his country and an integrated South America.
Colombia's 2017 cocaine production is estimated to have a value of $2.7 billion (€2.3 billion).
Group refused FARC ceasefire
The right-wing leader, who takes over from Juan Manuel Santos, has taken office vowing to heal divisions and improve a peace deal with the FARC rebel movement.
Colombia footballers receive death threats on social media after losing to England in penalties.
The two would-be successors to President Santos could be more different from each other.
Ivan Duque wins the first round of Colombia's presidential election, raising concerns that the 2016 peace accord with FARC rebels could be under threat.
Colombians head to the polls in the first round of presidential elections on Sunday
Sunday’s vote is overshadowed by the fragile peace deal with the FARC rebel group, and by political and economic chaos in neighbouring Venezuela.
A state prosecutor said on Tuesday that in 2018 alone, at least 22 former Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) members had been murdered, two years after the guerilla group agreed to end its 50-year war.
Crew ignored flight plan which provided for a re-fuelling stop in Bolivia.
UN warns of humanitarian crisis "unprecedented in the western hemisphere" if Colombia does not get more aid to feed a million refugees.
Colombia’s conservatives storm ahead in the elections, leaving the Farc lagging behind, but no party wins an overall majority.
They face a hostile electorate who some say are resentful many of the group's former commanders are not in jail for human rights abuses
It's Colombia's country's biggest drugs bust so far this year, worth around 350 million euros.