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Sunday, May 19, 2013
Colombia`s `emerald Czar` dead at 77
The man known as Colombia`s "emerald Czar" survived at least two assassination attempts and avoided ...
If no progress with FARC, then peace talks over: Colombian President
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has said that if peace talks with the FARC make no progress, ...
Colombia`s rebels ready to release three captives
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrilla group hs announced the imminent release ...
Colombian rebel commander killed in airstrike
A man identified by Colombian authorities as the commander of the FARC guerrilla group`s 5th Front w...
Colombia`s FARC rejects fast-track peace talks
The FARC has unilaterally declared a two-month ceasefire at the beginning of the talks.
Canadian DJ loses job for asking ‘how it feels to be a MILF’ to politician
A radio show host in Canada was fired from his job after he had asked a Canadian politician how it f...
Five killed in Colombia landslide, 20 trapped
At least five people died, seven were seriously injured and 20 are still trapped following a landsli...
Kidnapped oil workers freed in Colombia
The kidnapping was attributed to the National Liberation Army, or ELN, the smaller of Colombia`s two...
Colombian rebel faction defies ceasefire
A group of Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels attacked the police station at a ...
Eight dead as ship sinks off Colombia coast
Colombian rescuers saved 14 people and recovered eight bodies after a cargo ship sank in the Pacific...
Colombia, Nicaragua hold talks to resolve maritime dispute
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said he has agreed with his Nicaraguan counterpart, Daniel Or...
Colombian, Nicaraguan leaders to discuss boundary row
Colombian Prez Juan Manuel Santos said he hopes to speak in the most civilized way with Nicaraguan P...
Negotiators wrap up first round of Colombian peace
The first round of talks here between the Colombian government and FARC rebels has ended with progre...
Colombian cops suspended after journalist`s death
Three Colombian police officers were suspended Friday in connection with the death of journalist who...
Colombia withdraws from world-court pact
The Hague-based ICJ ruled Nov 19 that seven Caribbean islets belong to Colombia, ending a three-deca...
Colombian govt, FARC rebels open peace talks in Cuba
The Colombian government and the FARC guerrillas Monday launched the second phase of their peace tal...
Colombia Prez stops speech for phone call from Obama
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos interrupted a public event in Bogota to take a telephone call...
10 peasants killed in Colombia massacre
Colombian officials say 10 peasants have been killed by a drug-trafficking paramilitary group in a n...
Colombian govt, rebels to begin peace talks Oct 17
Peace talks between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC...
7.4 magnitude earthquake hits Colombia
The quake`s epicentre was located 20 km from La Vega town at a depth of 140 km.
US Secret Service: 6 hookers were paid for sex
Three of the women left without asking for money, five asked for money and were paid, four were refu...
Fires scorch thousands of acres in Colombia
A total of 440 fires have broken out during this period, which began June 1, UNGRD, said in a report...
`No ceasefire during talks with FARC`
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has rejected calls by the FARC guerrilla group for an immedia...
Colombian rebels propose truce for peace talks
Colombia`s main leftist rebel group named three negotiators, including a high-ranking guerrilla now ...
No grudges at talks with Colombian govt: FARC
The FARC, will enter into peace talks with President Juan Manuel Santos`s administration in Havana "...
US military brought prostitutes to Colombian hotel
Prostitution is legal in Colombia, but is a violation of the US military code of justice.
Colombia`s rebel group releases two pilots
The rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) Sunday released two civilian helicopter pilo...
Gunman kills five in Colombia
Five people were killed and five wounded when a gunman opened fire at a crowd watching an amateur so...
No criminal charges against US troops in prostitution scandal
A dozen Secret Service officers, agents and supervisors were implicated in the Colombia scandal.
Why dogs ‘love’ gnawing on bones
Domestic dogs have “very good evolutionary reasons to enjoy chewing a bone,” say researchers.
How manakin sings with its wings
The male club-winged manakin, the only bird known to sing with its wings, contains some secrets of i...
Colombia: At least eight FARC rebels killed
Colombia`s Defence Minister Juan Carlos Pinzon says the guerrillas slain include the leader of the 3...
Colombia: FARC rebels release French reporter
French war correspondent Romeo Langlois has been released by FARC guerrillas after 33 days in captiv...
Judiciary to decide Colombian rebel`s fate: Chavez
Guillermo Torres Cueter, better known by the alias "Julian Conrado”, was captured last year in south...
‘Secret Service scandal wider than thought’
The Secret Service is tasked with protecting the president and those close to the presidency.
`No security breached in Colombian prostitution scandal`
Secret Service director Mark Sullivan said the agents were to get security briefing hours after the ...
Colombian rebels kill 12 soldiers
At least 12 army soldiers were killed in clashes with rebels in northern Colombia.Four others were w...
Colombian rebels recruited teenagers: Activist
The FARC, now thought to number some 8,000 fighters, has battled a succession of Colombian governmen...
US Senate hearing set on Secret Service scandal
The chairman of the Senate committee with jurisdiction over homeland security says he`s scheduled a ...
US interviews Colombian prostitute in Madrid
More than 200 people, including most of the women involved, have been interviewed in the United Stat...
Colombia’s FARC rebels `holding French reporter`
French journalist Romeo Langlois is being held as a "prisoner of war", the Revolutionary Armed Force...
`French journo taken hostage after Columbia FARC gunbattle`
A French journalist reported missing in Colombia has apparently been kidnapped, French Minister Alai...
US Secret Service agents slapped with booze, sex ban
Heavy drinking and bringing foreign nationals back to hotel rooms on trips abroad is now banned by t...
Sex scandal: Colombia seeks US’ apology
The Colombian government has asked the US for an apology for tarnishing the image of Cartagena.
`US agents patronised prostitutes in El Salvador`
US Secret Service is investigating allegations that agents frequented a strip club ahead of Barack O...
`Colombian prostitutes could be Russian spies`
A US senator has claimed that the prostitutes could have been placed there on behalf of Russia.
Cabbie unlikely celebrity in Colombia sex scandal
The Secret Service sex scandal has spawned X-rated jokes, inspired a spicy song set to a local Carib...
More US Secret Service agents gone; Obama briefed
The prostitution scandal has brought scorching criticism of US Secret Service agents` behaviour in C...
Sex scandal: Photo of Colombian escort emerges
First pictures of the bikini-clad working girl allegedly involved in US Secret Service prostitution ...
Sex scandal: 3 US Secret Service agents to leave
The US Secret Service has forced out three agents in a prostitution scandal that has embarrassed Pre...
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