Colombia’s major leftist rebel group plans to launch a political party as the group’s key step to transition into civilian life.
Colombia’s top anti-corruption official has been arrested on charges of money laundering that were filed at a court in the United States.
The UN announces that Colombia’s leftist rebel group FARC has formally completed its disarmament process.
Watch intense footage of a tourist ferry sinking with some 170 people on board in a reservoir close to Colombia’s city of Medellin.
An explosion at an illegal coal mine in central Colombia has killed eight people, authorities say.
Rebels in Colombia have released two Dutch journalists who had been kidnapped five days ago in the country’s northeast.
The National Liberation Army (ELN) said on Thursday that Derk Johannes Bolt and his cameraman Eugenio Ernest Marie Follender were "in good health and will be released".
The deadly blast, in an upscale shopping center in the Colombian capital, Bogota, also left 11 people wounded.
The Colombian guerrilla groups accuses the government of “repeatedly breaking” the terms of their peace deal.
Violent clashes leave one person dead and a dozen other injured in Colombia’s port city of Buenaventura.
At least 35,000 people rallied in Colombia’s capital to demand better wages.
UN monitors say the first group of Colombian FARC rebels formally completes the disarmament under last year’s peace deal with the government.
A UN official in Colombia is taken hostage by dissident former FARC rebels.
Representatives from the UN Security Council members have headed to Colombia to demonstrate its commitment to the peace agreement there.
A deluge of rain set off landslides that smashed homes and filled streets with mud in a mountain city in Colombia on Wednesday, killing at least 17 people.
The Red Cross says floods and mudslides in central Colombia have left at least 11 people killed and 20 others missing.
A dissident wing of Colombia’s FARC rebels attack a military convey, killing one soldier and injuring three.
The Colombian government stops search for survivors of floods, which left at least 314 dead and 106 missing in the southern city of Mocoa.
Over 330 people were injured in landslides that buried the Colombian town of Mocoa after flooding caused by days of torrential rains.
Colombian President Santos confirmed that more than 40 children were among those killed by the recent mudslides in Colombia’s southern city of Mocoa.
Hundreds are still missing after heavy rains caused several rivers to overflow, pushing sediment and rocks onto buildings and roads in Mocoa.
Colombia mourns the deaths of at least 112 as massive floods sweep south of the country.
Former fighters from Colombia's FARC rebel group are handing over thousands of weapons and other materials to international officials in special camps.
Thousands of people are being victimized by violent groups despite the recent peace accords in Colombia, according to the Red Cross.
The Colombian president says the ex-FARC rebels can now begin turning in their arms now that they have all arrived at designated demobilization zones.
The government and the country's second-largest rebel group launch formal peace talks in Ecuador.
The ex-rebels have been laying down their arms in demobilization centers in the Latin American country.
A United Nations source says the world body is investigating more observers after sacking several of them for attending a party with the Colombian rebels.
The Colombian congress approved amnesty for members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel group on Wednesday.
Only one crew member survives after the aircraft hits the field near the runway minutes after takeoff.
"As FARC guerrillas leave areas that are traditionally under their control, the state has not yet fully stepped in" the UN says.
The Colombian minister of justice and law made the announcement at a press conference on Wednesday.
"The Colombian peace agreement is a ray of hope in a world troubled by so many conflicts and so much intolerance," President Santos said.
A charter flight operated by airline LaMia Bolivia crashed in Colombia's mountainous region near Medellin on November 28, leaving 71 people dead.
The Colombian Congress has ratified a revised peace accord between the government and the FARC rebels.
The approval moves Colombia one step closer to ending over five decades of an armed conflict.
Officials say the aircraft carrying Brazil's Chapecoense Real football team and others went down late Monday near the city of Medellin.
Colombia’s president and the FARC rebel leader sign a revised peace accord.
To bring a formal end to 52 years of civil war, a new peace accord between government and rebels will be signed on Thursday and sent to congress for approval.
The Colombian opposition has rejected the latest version of peace accord with FARC rebels.
The two rebels had reportedly left designated areas without coordinating with authorities. Military forces engaged them in a northern province on Wednesday.
The Colombian government and the FARC rebels had engaged in negotiations to reach a new deal after a first one was rejected in a referendum.
The Colombian president has asked the government's chief negotiator with FARC to return from Havana.
The government and the rebels have returned to a familiar site for the talks: Havana, Cuba, where they held talks for 4 years.
The UN Security Council agreed on Tuesday that the new mission would continue “to monitor and verify the bilateral ceasefire.”
President Juan Manuel Santos is working to end half a century of conflict has killed more than 260,000 people.
Santos was awarded the 925,000-dollar Nobel prize on October 7 for his efforts to reach a landmark peace deal with the main rebel group in his country.
The bloc said on Wednesday that it would suspend the nearly 600 million euros it had promised Bogota as Colombians had now rejected peace with FARC.
The Colombian president extends a ceasefire with the FARC rebels to save a deal with them, which has been rejected by a tiny margin of voters in a referendum.
The deal has broadly split the country, with opponents demanding that FARC leaders be jailed and banned from politics.
Colombians vote against historic peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebel group.
Colombians will be voting on Sunday to approve or reject a peace deal the government has signed with FARC rebels.
A FARC commander offers another official apology to the local community of the town of Bojaya, where a rebel attack killed 119 civilians back in 2002.
Under the deal, the rebel group will formally end its existence as a guerrilla army and transform into an unarmed political movement.
FARC rebels in Colombia declare the end of a 52-year war after unanimously backing a landmark peace agreement with the government.
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has announced a permanent ceasefire following a peace deal reached last week between the rebel group and the government.
Hundreds of Colombians celebrate a historic peace deal between the government and FARC rebels.
The Colombian government and the FARC rebel group agree on a historic peace deal.
Some 500 observers with the UN will monitor a demobilization and disarmament deal between Colombia’s government and FARC rebels, a Colombian official says.
A Colombian high court approves a government plan to hold a referendum on a peace deal with FARC rebels.
Colombia’s FARC rebel group warns to cast out members opposing a new truce with Bogota.
An army helicopter crash in Colombia leaves 17 military personnel dead.
The government in Colombia and the largest rebel group in the country say they have finally reached a deal on a comprehensive ceasefire.
Two people have been killed and dozens injured in Colombia farmer protests.
Colombia’s FARC rebel group agrees to remove child soldiers from its ranks as part of peace talks with the government.
Some 72,000 people have been infected with Zika in Colombia since October 2015.
Thousands of people in Colombia stage anti-government protests across the country.
The Colombian government and FARC rebels miss a deadline for reaching a peace deal to end the long conflict.
Police clash with anti-government protesters during a day of national strike in Bogota.
Colombia has registered about 43,000 cases of infection with the Zika virus.
Colombia says it has so far registered over 37,000 cases of people infected with the Zika virus.
More than 31,500 people have been infected with the Zika virus in Colombia, the government says.
More than 3,000 pregnant Colombian women are infected with the Zika virus.
Colombia announces the first deaths from complications caused by the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
FARC rebels say the group will enter Colombia’s politics after a peace deal is signed with the government.
Over 2,000 pregnant women in Colombia are infected with the Zika virus, officials say.
The UN approves the formation of a mission to observe a potential ceasefire in Colombia.
The Colombian government issues a red alert over raging forest fires and low water levels amid a crippling drought.
The Colombian government and the FARC rebels reach a deal on reparations for the victims of the long-running armed conflict in the country.
The Colombian Defense Ministry says a dozen security forces have been killed in an ambush by ELN rebels.
Colombia detains a family carrying over three kilograms of drugs in their stomachs.
FARC says a peace deal with the Colombian government may not be successful if Bogota backtracks on the agreements already reached.
The government and FARC rebels in Colombia agree to end decades of conflict.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos heads to Cuba to accelerate peace deal with FARC rebels.
Colombia and Venezuela agree to restore their diplomatic relations and work to end a month-long border dispute.
Colombia says Venezuela troops crossed into its border illegally.
Colombia and Venezula agree to resume diplomatic ties interrupted by a border crisis.
Two crew members of a Tom Cruise movie have died in a plane crash in Colombia.
Colombia has urged Venezuela to reconsider its decision to close borders following an attack by unidentified assailants on a military patrol.
At least 16 police officers are killed in a helicopter crash in northwestern Colombia.
A military plane crash in northern Colombia’s province of Cesar kills all 11 personnel on board.