Colombia says a former FARC leader who refused to sign up to the 2016 peace deal has been shot and injured
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.
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.
Chile has said it will host the next meeting between the Colombian government and the country's last major rebel army, the ELN.
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
The positive picture presented by President Juan Manuel Santos was not shared by the FARC political party which said it felt parts of the 2016 agreement had not been upheld.
New and established guerrilla groups, criminal gangs and paramilitary organisations have all sought to fill the void left by FARC since it laid down its arms.
The last major armed rebel group in Colombia, the ELN, is struggling to finalise peace terms with the government ahead of a January ceasefire deadline.
Some 800 FARC fighters remain fully-armed and with illegal mining and cocaine production to support them, pose a threat to the peace deal, while criminals occupy areas vacated by former rebels.
Former fighters of what was once Colombia's largest rebel group are completing the final steps to become a new political party
Pope Francis continued his tour of Colombia with a mass in the central city of Villavicencio, telling the crowd that peace without reconciliation would fail.
Pope Francis spent his first full day in Colombia urging President Juan Manuel Santos and other political leaders to avoid vengeance following the country's decades-long civil war.
With Colombia divided over the FARC peace process Pope Francis walks a fine line with his message of reconciliation.
Pope Francis is given a warm welcome by Colombia - the first visit to the country for 31 years
Colombia's former FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono marked the evolution of his rebel army into a political party at a concert put on for thousands of supporters in the capital Bogota.
Colombia's FARC rebels are now a political party. But the country's peace process is ongoing with hundreds of former Farc rebels still awaiting trial.
Colombia’s disarmed FARC rebels have their eye on forming a coalition for the 2018 elections as the group marks its transition to a political
Colombia's FARCrebels unveil new political party but acknowledge the system may be against them in coming elections
Colombia's FARC rebels have handed in more than 8,000 weapons as part of a UN-supervised disarmament process that concluded Tuesday
FARC leader 'Timochenko' taken to hospital after suffering stroke. The 59-year-old expected to be able to leave within 48-hours
Nobel Peace Prizewinner, President Juan Manuel Santos, talks to Isabelle Kumar about why bringing peace does not always bring popularity at the polls.