At least 6 dead after Colombia tourist boat capsizes
At least 6 people died when a boat carrying more than 150 passengers capsized while on a sightseeing tour on a reservoir in northwestern Colombia.
A former rebel ideologue is suspending a 41-day hunger strike after Colombia's special peace tribunal cast doubt on his extradition to the U.S. on drug charges
Federal prosecutors say a former top Colombian anti-corruption official and a lawyer have been extradited to the U.S. to face money-laundering and wire-fraud charges
Nearly five thousand people living along a river in northern Colombia have been evacuated from their homes following flooding at a nearby dam
At least 6 people died when a boat carrying more than 150 passengers capsized while on a sightseeing tour on a reservoir in northwestern Colombia. Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos visited the El Peñol-Guatapé reservoir, about 40 miles east of the city of Medellin, and promised authorities
An explosion at a Colombia shopping mall left three people dead and nine injured on Saturday, ABC News has confirmed. Enrique Penalosa, the mayor of Bogota, Colombia, called the incident, which took place in the women's bathroom on the second floor of Centro Andino, a “cowardly terrorist attack.”
Colombia's state oil company says a bomb attack caused an oil spill and halted the flow of crude along the country's second largest pipeline.
President Trump had an undisclosed rendezvous with two former Colombian presidents at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida last week, and in the process injected himself into a contentious political battle over Colombia’s peace deal that seeks to end the Western hemisphere’s longest-running war. The
Colombia is mourning the first of its dead following floodwaters and landslides that killed at least 273 people and left thousands of others displaced. The first funeral processions and the lowering of caskets, which began yesterday, helped to underscore the gravity of what had occurred when deadly