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Colombia legislative poll results could dent leftist Petro's presidency hopes
A dismal showing by Colombia’s left-wing Decencia coalition in legislative voting could bode poorly for its candidate, Gustavo Petro, in a looming presidential election, while in party primaries right-wing rival Ivan Duque scored a more emphatic victory.
Colombia needs international help with Venezuela refugee crisis: Pres. Santos
Colombia said it needs international aid to cope with the humanitarian crisis that has resulted from the flow across the border of hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans fleeing economic hardship in their own country.
2 officers killed in Colombia police station bombings
Two overnight bombings that targeted police stations in Colombia's Caribbean region killed two officers and wounded seven other people, authorities said on Sunday, a day after a similar attack killed five officers and wounded 40.
Colombia bomb attack kills 3 police, wounds 14
At least three police officers were killed and 14 wounded on Saturday by an early morning bomb attack outside a police station in Colombia's coastal city of Barranquilla, authorities said.
Colombia calls for plan to help Venezuela out of crisis
Colombia has called for an emergency plan to help neighboring Venezuela, which is grappling with an economic crisis.
Colombia to seek new ceasefire with ELN
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Sunday he would seek a new truce with the ELN group in a bid to salvage peace talks that had been set back after a recent offensive by the rebel group.
Iranian movie 'Kupal' becomes Best Film in Bogota
Iranian director Kazem Mollaei's feature film 'Kupal' won the award for Best Film at Bogota International Film Festival in Colombia.
'Kupal' catches Best Film title in Bogoto
Iranian feature 'Kupal', directed by Kazem Mollaei, won the award for Best Film at Bogota International Film Festival in Colombia.
‘Gunmen kill 6 ex-FARC members in Colombia’
Armed gunmen this week killed six former fighters from Colombia’s FARC rebels, the now-demobilized group said, reiterating its fears about attacks targeting former guerrillas.
Pope Francis suffers minor injury in Colombia (Video)
Pope Francis had a slight mishap on the last leg of his five-day visit to Colombia. He lost his balance while riding through Cartagena in the popemobile.
Colombia government, ELN rebels agree ceasefire
The Colombian government and rebels with the National Liberation Army (ELN) have agreed a ceasefire that will begin on October 1 and run through mid-January 2018.
Colombia’s FARC political party looks to coalition for 2018 elections
Colombia’s disarmed FARC rebels have their eye on forming a political coalition for the 2018 elections, ex-rebel leaders said on Friday, as the group marked its transition to a political party with a concert in Bogota’s central square.
Six killed in explosion at illegal gold mine in Colombia
Six people have been killed following an explosion at an illegal gold mine in central Colombia, authorities say.
Colombia will not recognize Venezuela's assembly vote
Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos says that his country will not recognize the result of Sunday's vote in neighboring Venezuela to elect a new assembly with power to rewrite the constitution.
Colombia’s key rebel group FARC to launch political party
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.

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