Gregory Morales, a member of Colombia’s FARC guerrillas, talks to reporters at a “normalization” zone near the town of Icononzo. The camp is one of 26 where the FARC have gathered as they begin the transition to civilian life in the wake of a hist
For 40 years Jairo Pinill has been been making low-budget horror and fantasy films in Colombia that have been panned by critics but embraced by his legion of fans. Now, as he prepares to receive a lifetime achievement award, he's also trying to ma
Subsistence gold miners in Colombia get hit from all sides. The criminal gangs who extort money from them. The multinational companies that dominate the industry. The government that they say wants to regulate them out of existence.
A new trailer for the upcoming movie "Loving Pablo" is based on the book 'Amando a Pablo, Odiando a Escobar', by Colombian journalist Virginia Vallejo, one of the lovers of the late drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar. The film stars Javier Bardem and Pen
As Venezuela’s economy continues to crumble, thousands of its citizens are trekking into Colombia every day — sometimes by walking hundreds of miles on foot through the Andes — to escape chronic shortages of food and medicine, frequent looting and
WARNING: Graphic content. Rescue workers removed bodies of victims from the wreckage of a plane that crashed in a mountainous area of Colombia on Tuesday. The charter airplane, which was carrying Brazilian first division soccer club Chapecoense te
Andrés Felipe Arias Leiva, Colombia's former agriculture minister who faces possible extradition for alleged corruption, said Tuesday that the case is of a political nature because he opposed the strategy of the current Colombian president, Juan M
Kalet, a chocolate Lab, retired from Colombia’s police force Friday in a ceremony replete with honor guard and speeches. His nose was so good, he was among the elite: sniffing bags at the presidency and congress.
Members of Colombia’s FARC guerrillas being bused to a “concentration zone” in southwestern Cauca Department, where they will eventually hand in their weapons and begin the process of reentering civilian life.
A dislodged traffic light box lies in the street of La Macarena barrio after a homemade bomb exploded near the Santamaria bull ring in Bogota, Colombia, Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017. The artefact was detonated just a few hours before a scheduled bullfigh