Colombian pop star Shakira and Barcelona defender Gerard Pique on Wednesday announced the birth of their son Milan.
Honduran President Porfirio Lobo said Monday that a pre-Christmas party at the country's embassy in Colombia that included prostitutes was a "sad incident."
Peru has approved a free trade agreement with the European Union and Colombia that will allow 75 percent of agricultural products and 100 percent of other goods to enter the eurozone duty-free.
At least 20 leftist rebels were killed in Colombia after the military launched bombing strikes against their camp in Narino province, near the border with Ecuador.
President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday warned Colombia's Marxist FARC rebels they have less than a year to strike a deal under recently opened peace talks aimed at ending Latin America's longest-running insurgency.
A bomb exploded near a town square in southwestern Colombia packed with dozens of children celebrating Halloween, killing two suspects and injuring more than 30.
Colombian government representatives and leftist rebels FARC kick off their first peace negotiations in a decade in Norway on Thursday in a bid to end almost 50 years of bloodshed.
Colombia's Juan Manuel Santos resumed his duties as president Monday, a week after he underwent surgery to remove a cancerous tumor from his prostate.
Amnesty International on Thursday said Colombia has failed to halt sexual violence linked to its long war with leftist FARC rebels.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos underwent successful surgery to remove a cancerous tumor from his prostate Wednesday.
Colombian pop star Shakira confirmed Wednesday that she is pregnant with top Spanish football player Gerard Pique's baby, their first.
Colombia police said Friday they have arrested two men who had each ingested about $40,000 before trying to enter the country, in what may be a novel form of money laundering.
Colombia's FARC rebel group said Thursday it will seek a ceasefire in Latin America's oldest armed conflict when peace talks begin next month with the government, which has ruled out a truce.
The leader of Colombia's leftist FARC rebels confirmed on Monday that they were ready to take part in peace talks aimed at ending Latin America's longest-running armed conflict, now nearly 50 years old.
Bolivia President Evo Morales accused the US military of commanding Colombia's armed forces and of having a military base in the South American country.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos confirmed that his government had begun "exploratory discussions" with leftist FARC rebels.
Faced with rising cocaine consumption linked to economic prosperity, Brazil is cracking down harder on trafficking along its borders with three top neighboring coca leaf producers: Bolivia, Peru and Colombia.
Nearly 1.5 million children aged between five and 17 were working in Colombia during the third quarter of 2011, driving the child labor rate up to 13 percent.
Leftist Colombian guerrillas on Monday released two women they had held captive for nearly three weeks in the east of the country.
The head of a foundation created by Colombian Nobel literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez on Monday refuted claims from the author's brother that he is suffering from dementia.
- European Union
- sexual violence
- Amnesty International
- United States