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Nearly a dozen people killed in Colombia landslide, 20 missing
20 Apr 2017
At least 11 people are left dead and 20 are missing after a landslide hit several neighbourhoods in Manizales, Colombia, in the second deadly landslide in the country this month.
Pope prays for victims of Colombian floods
3 Apr 2017
Pope Francis prays for victims of the deadly flooding in Colombia.
Landslide destroys Colombia town, 112 dead
2 Apr 2017
Destruction abounds as a landslide in Colombia's southwestern border province of Putumayo kills 112 people and injures at least 120.
Colombia's FARC rebels begin disarming under peace deal
2 Mar 2017
Colombia's FARC rebels have begun turning in their weapons to the United Nations in specially designated zones. The rebels signed a peace agreement with the government late last year, ending Latin America's longest-running conflict.
New Colombian soldiers head to former FARC strongholds
18 Feb 2017
A contingent of 1,200 soldiers have graduated from military training in Colombia. And their first mission comes on the heels of the peace deal with FARC.
Colombian president's campaign allegedly received money from Brazilian firm
9 Feb 2017
Colombia's attorney general alleges that Juan Manuel Santos' election campaign received cash from Brazilian engineering firm Odebrecht in 2014.
Colombia holds peace talks with ELN rebels
7 Feb 2017
Colombia's last active rebel group, the National Liberation Army, or ELN, has freed a hostage in a goodwill gesture ahead of peace talks with the government.
Nobel peace laureates gather in Colombia
4 Feb 2017
More than two dozen Nobel Peace prize winners, from Lech Walesa to Rigoberta Manchu, are in Colombia’s capital Bogota for the 16th annual World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.
Last surviving Chapecoense player leaves Colombia
16 Dec 2016
Helio Neto, the last surviving player from Brazilian soccer team Chapecoense, leaves hospital in Colombia for his homeland.
Brazil waits for coffins carrying plane crash players
2 Dec 2016
Colombia prepares to send back the coffins of Brazilian soccer players killed in a plane crash as relatives mourn the tragedy.
'Lack of fuel' reports in Colombia plane crash
1 Dec 2016
Investigators are looking into reports that a plane which crashed in Colombia killing 71 people may have run out of fuel.
Colombia plane crash: Chapecoense fairytale ends in tragedy
30 Nov 2016
Papers in Brazil focus on a tragic plane crash in Colombia which killed the large majority of a Brazilian football team.