Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter
National News
Latest from  

Venezuela ex-attorney general leaves Colombia for Brazil: authorities

Bogota - The Venezuelan ex-chief prosecutor who fled her country after being targeted by its President Nicolas Maduro has left her first refuge stop in Colombia for Brazil, migration authorities said Tuesday.

Blind visitors in Colombia try salsa, paragliding

Cali - Salsa and paragliding may not seem unusual to many visitors to the Colombian city of Cali. But exotic dances and extreme sports are brand new thrills to blind tourists from around the world.

Colombia offers asylum to Venezuela prosecutor

Bogota - Colombia offered asylum and government protection Monday to Venezuela's sacked chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega, who fled her country after defying President Nicolas Maduro over a deadly political crisis.

Colombia offers asylum to Venezuela prosecutor

Bogota - Colombia offered asylum Monday to Venezuela's sacked chief prosecutor Luisa Ortega, who fled her country after defying President Nicolas Maduro as a deadly political crisis rages on."Luisa Ortega is under the protection of the Colombian government.

Colombians combat stress with 'Day of Laziness'

Itagui - Colombians in the city of Itagui hauled mattresses and hammocks into the streets Sunday to mark the annual "World Laziness Day," a quirky effort to urge overstressed workers to slow down.

Sacked Venezuelan attorney general arrives in Colombia

Bogota - Venezuela's sacked attorney general Luisa Ortega, a strident critic of President Nicolas Maduro, arrived Friday in Colombia, immigration officials said.

Colombia gives protection to demobilized FARC

Bogota - Colombia announced plans Wednesday to protect demobilized members of the FARC rebel force, whose leaders say some of their ex-fighters have been murdered.

Colombia declares FARC war over as last guns roll away

Bogota - President Juan Manuel Santos declared Colombia's 50-year conflict with FARC guerrillas finally over on Tuesday, as the last truckloads of decommissioned weapons rolled away to be melted down.

Colombia declares FARC war over as last guns roll away

Bogota - Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos declared the country's 50-year conflict with FARC guerrillas "truly over" Tuesday, as the last truckloads of decommissioned weapons rolled away to be melted down.

US rallies LatAm on Venezuela after Trump military warning

Bogota - The United States vowed Monday to stop Venezuela from becoming a "failed state," as it rallied Latin American allies after President Donald Trump warned of possible military action.

US VP Pence stresses 'peaceable' solution sought for Venezuela

Bogota - The United States "will not stand by as Venezuela crumbles," Vice President Mike Pence said Sunday, but he emphasized a peaceful path even as he stood by President Donald Trump's startling warning that US military action remained a possibility.

Colombia FARC rebels want to form pro football club

Bogota - Demobilized fighters from Colombia's leftist FARC rebels want to form a professional league football club, officials said Friday.

Attack on UN office in Colombia injures police officer

Bogota - A police officer was injured Sunday in an attack on a UN mission monitoring the disarming of FARC rebels in Colombia as part of the group's peace deal with the government, authorities said.

Facing life or death, pregnant Venezuelans flee to Colombia

C - Dayana Zambrano's belly is remarkably small for a woman nearly nine months pregnant.

Venezuelans fearing vote violence flee to Colombia

Villa Del Rosario - The flow of Venezuelans crossing the border into Colombia to escape unrest and penury at home has become a torrent because of fears of violence surrounding a weekend election organized by the government.

Colombia's FARC rebels to launch as political party on September 1

Estanzuela - Colombia's leftist FARC rebels said Monday they will officially transform into a political party on September 1, a major step in reintegrating into civilian life as part of a historic peace deal.

Colombia's FARC rebels will launch as political party on September 1

Estanzuela - Colombia's leftist FARC rebels announced Monday they will launch as a political party on September 1, a major step as the group transitions into civilian life as part of a historic peace agreement.

Colombia's coca cultivation is up by 50%: UN

Estanzuela - The area devoted to coca cultivation in Colombia grew by more than half last year, with cocaine production up by a third, the UN said Friday in an annual report on the subject.

Colombia opens bids to retrieve 18th century sunken treasure

Estanzuela - Colombia on Friday opens bidding for investors willing to retrieve billions of dollars in gold and silver from an 18th century ship wreck off the country's Caribbean coast.

FARC dissidents release UN hostage in Colombia

Estanzuela - Dissident FARC rebels in Colombia have released unharmed a UN official whom they kidnapped in May, officials said on Wednesday."We are very grateful for the decision to release him unharmed.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 38 Next»

RSS RSS for National News

Latest News
Top News