The tomato fight marks the end of the harvest in this agricultural region. The vast pile of tomatoes used are leftovers and not fit for human consumption.
The opposition leader showed no signs of easing the pressure on Nicolas Maduro
Heavy rains unleashed a landslide in a remote mountain town in southwestern Colombia on Sunday (April 21st), killing at least 14 people and injuring five more.
Thousands of Venezuelans are taking to the border river with Colombia to escape shortages, crime and a flailing economy back home.
Japanese researchers and a private company help Colombian farmers increase their rice production and use less water, using mobile technology.
Catalina Martin-Chico spoke to Euronews about her photo of a former FARC guerrilla that has been nominated in this year's World Press Photo contest.
The self-proclaimed president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó will meet with the US-Vice President in Colombia on Monday to discuss a way to ensure humanitarian aid enters the country.
The 8-storey "Monaco" apartments, equipped with extensive garage space for Escobar's luxury car collection were a symbol of evil, Medellin Mayor Federico Gutierrez told journalists.
The eight storey property, with vast garages for the drug lord's car collection, had become an unwelcome tourist attraction.
Two people have died and several more injured after villagers were fired on when they tried to stop a military convoy heading towards the Brazilian crossing.
Two rival concerts were planned on Friday on either side of a bridge linking Venezuela and Colombia.
Venezuelans line up as they cross the Colombian-Venezuelan border over the Simon Bolivar International Bridge outskirts of Cucuta
Colombians are hard at work picking and packaging flowers to export to the United States ahead of Valentine's Day.
U.S. National Security Advisor, John Bolton, is thought to be considering sending troops to Columbia as part of his battle with Venezuelan President Maduro.
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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
A potential juror has been dismissed by the judge in the El Chapo trial after asking the defendant for his autograph.
The Colombian president's language on immigration contrasts sharply with that of European leaders.
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.
"They have to cease unilaterally their criminal actions in a verifiable way"
Colombia's 2017 cocaine production is estimated to have a value of $2.7 billion (€2.3 billion).
Colombia says a former FARC leader who refused to sign up to the 2016 peace deal has been shot and injured
Regional politicians say the exodus of people fleeing economic crisis in Venezuela is worthy of global recognition
Hundreds of Venezuelans have requested asylum in Peru, just hours after the country tightened its entry requirements, while UN's migration agency says Venezuela is heading for the same refugee "crisis moment" seen in the Mediterranean in 2015.
Colombia footballers receive death threats on social media after losing to England in penalties.