Colombian soldiers carry the body of a comrade killed after a rebel attack in La Esperanza village, Colombia, last month. Farc rebels on Friday suspended a ceasefire after government troops killed 26 of its fighters. Photograph: Reuters/Jaime Saldarriaga/Files

Colombia’s Marxist Farc rebels suspended a unilateral ceasefire after government troops killed 26 of its fighters, the guerrilla group said on Friday,(...)

People remain at the landslide in Salgar municipality, Antioquia department, Colombia on May 18th, 2015. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images.

A landslide sent mud and water crashing onto homes in a town in Colombia’s northwest mountains on Monday, killing more than 50 people and injuring (...)

A view of  Salgar in Antioquia department, Colombia  after a landslide that has killed at least 48 people. Photograph: Colombian National Police handout/Reuters

A landslide sent mud and water crashing onto homes in a town in Colombia’s northwest mountains, killing at least 48 people and injuring dozens, offici(...)

A Colombian army soldier stands next to packages of seized cocaine during a press conference at a military base in Colombia. Photograph: Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images

The country’s public enemy number one is rich, elusive – and ruthless

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has revived airstrikes on rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) after 11 fighters died in a clash. Photograph: Christian Escobar Mora/EPA

Colombia’s president Juan Manuel Santos ordered the resumption of bombing raids against Farc guerrillas on Wednesday after a rebel attack killed 10 so(...)

 Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos speaking druing a national broadcast in Bogota, Colombia on Tuesday. Mr Santos ordered armed forces to suspend attacks on camps of the FARC guerrilla. Photograph: EPA

Colombia’s government has taken its biggest step yet toward an eventual end to hostilities in a half-century conflict by ordering an immediate halt to(...)

People demonstrate against the Farc rebels in Bogota holding a banner that reads, “No more Farc”. Photograph: John Vizcaino/Reuters

Colombia’s largest guerrilla group declared on Wednesday it would begin an indefinite, unilateral ceasefire, in a challenge to the government to halt (...)

Seized arms in Bogota, Colombia: Since 1991 more than 400 lawyers have been murdered, the equivalent of one a month. photograph: guillermo legaria/afp/gettyimages

A group of Irish solicitors and barristers are to ask the Government to delay ratifying an EU trade deal with Colombia because of continued violence a(...)

 Host country Cuba’s representative Rodolfo Benitez Verson (right) and Dag Nylander (centre) of Norway, whose countries are guarantors of the negotiating process, speak alongside the chief of the  Farc delegation, Luciano Marin Arango (L), aka Ivan Marquez, in Havana, Cuba. Photograph: Alejandro Ernesto/EPA.

Negotiators for the Colombian government and the country’s largest guerrilla group say they have reached an agreement on ways to fight drug traffickin(...)

Student demonstrators confront riot policemen during a protest against the government of president Juan Manuel Santos in Bogota. Photograph: Jose Miguel Gomez /Reuters

Colombia’s president Juan Manuel Santos today ordered the military to make a strong and visible presence in Bogota after violent protests caused havoc(...)