52 min ago | Inside Colombia
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos hinted on Friday that he would seek re-election next year to ensure continuity of his policies - including peace talks with Marxist FARC rebels - though he did not explicitly announce his candidacy.
52 min ago | Inside Colombia
Colombian authorities announced Monday they will begin investigating "sex roulette," a newly discovered sex game played by minors that got a 14-year old girl accidentally pregnant.
2 hrs ago | Daily Mail
A hapless mugger was lucky to escape with his life after being hit by a bus seconds after stealing a woman's phone.
It's almost here! On Sunday, May 19, Atlanta Streets Alive will close 2.7 miles of Atlanta's signature street to cars, and open it up to the public - for 4 hours - to create a whole new healthy, sustainable and vibrant city street experience.
Binational kidnapping gangs made up of Colombians and Venezuelans are spreading from the border states into central Venezuela, fuelling a trend that has seen Venezuela overtake Colombia as a kidnapping hotspot.
The Colombian foreign minister Maria Angela Holguin will travel soon to Lima, invited by her Peruvian counterpart, Eda Rivas, to prepare a visit of Ollanta Humala, president of that Andean country, to Bogota.
An analysis of the Colombian peace process that takes on the myths about "peace" and the rush to support yet another defeat for workers and peasant movements in Colombia.
Twelve feature-length and 10 short films were screened at the May 13-16 festival, held in the border cities of CAocuta in northeastern Colombia and San CristA3bal in western Venezuela.
Women and girls of all ages sat patiently as brightly coloured fabrics and beads were weaved into their hair during the ninth Afro-hairdressers' competition in Cali.
BOGOTA, Colombia -- The secretary general of the Organization of American States , Jos Miguel Insulza, will deliver on Friday to the president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, the "Report on the Drug Problem in the Americas," prepared by the hemispheric institution during the last year following the mandate of the Summit of the Americas held in ... (more)
More repression against terrorist and illegal armed groups could be behind the strengthening of the presence of Mexican drug cartels in the country.
LA VICTORIA, Venezuela - Soraida Gil says she can live without coffee but draws the line at toilet paper.
As a child in Bogota, Edmar Castaneda and his sister took folk dance classes. Their mother made sure of that.
Chilean finance minister Felipe LarraA n has called it "the most exciting thing going on today in Latin America." Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos believes it is "perhaps the most significant and profound integration process in the history of Latin America." A recent headline said it has created "a new Latin American superpower." It has also ... (more)
Officials say a hit man was hired to kill Gonzalo GuillA©n and LeA3n Valencia, who were investigating links between politicians and criminal groups Articles by Colombian journalist Ricardo CalderA3n exposing the luxurious life of soldiers jailed at a military base.