The head of Colombia's Army resigned Tuesday after 20 top military officials were fired.
Colombia's independent Historic Memory Group hopes that airing the country's grisly past can help end the decades-old war.
An increasing number of cities are temporarily closing streets to cars and opening them to pedestrians and cyclists. It fosters a greater sense of community.
Demonstrators from presidents to pop stars filled the streets across Colombia and in 80 cities worldwide, demanding that FARC release all remaining hostages.
The Shared Responsibility program aims to educate US and European cocaine users about the environmental damage of cocaine production.
After a series of setbacks, leftist President Hugo Chávez welcomed his conservative nemesis – Colombia's Álvaro Uribe – to a reconcilatory meeting on Friday.
The Franco-Colombian politician was freed from a jungle rebel camp last week. Now Bogotá's buzzing with talk about her political future.
The president's approval rating skyrocketed to 90 percent after the military freed 15 high-profile hostages from a jungle rebel camp.