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3 Jun 2017
Consolidating security gains from Colombia's recent peace deal with FARC guerrillas while battling remaining leftist rebels and drug trafficking gangs will take a decade, according to the head of the armed forces.
27 May 2017
Family members of 154 victims of forced disappearances that occurred during more than half a century of armed conflict in Colombia received glass sculptures containing images of their loved ones and participated in a march in central Bogota.
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.
3 Apr 2017
Pope Francis prays for victims of the deadly flooding in Colombia.
2 Apr 2017
Destruction abounds as a landslide in Colombia's southwestern border province of Putumayo kills 112 people and injures at least 120.
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.
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.
9 Feb 2017
Colombia's attorney general alleges that Juan Manuel Santos' election campaign received cash from Brazilian engineering firm Odebrecht in 2014.
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.

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