A still from the YouTube video, which Iván Márquez (centre) said  was filmed in Colombia’s Amazon.

A group of former rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) said in a video posted overnight that it will launch a new offensive, (...)

Ivan Duque, the Democratic Center Party candidate for the presidency of Colombia. Mr Duque will compete with Colombia Humana party candidate Gustavo Petro in the second round of elections on Sunday. Photograph: Jhon Jairo Bonilla/EPA

After a bitter campaign marred by a flood of disinformation spread via social media, Colombia will elect a new president on Sunday with the outcome se(...)

A demonstrator throws stones during a protest against a campaign rally held for Rodrigo Londono Echeverri – “Timochenko” –  the presidential candidate for the Farc political party.  Photograph: Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images

Colombia’s former Farc rebel group, now a political party, on Friday temporarily suspended its presidential and legislative election campaigns due to (...)

Pope Francis arrives to offer  a Mass at the Catama Park of Villavicencio, capital of Meta department, Colombia,  September 8th, 2017. He is on a five-day visit in Colombia. Photograph: Leonardo Munoz/EPA

Former Colombian Farc rebel leader Rodrigo Londono, now the head of a new political party, on Friday asked for forgiveness from the visiting Pope Fra(...)

Relatives of 21 victims of the Colombian civil war mourn during a ceremony in which they wake the remains of their loved ones, recently found in different mass graves, in Medellin, Antioquia department, Colombia, on August 18, 2017.  / AFP PHOTO / JOAQUIN SARMIENTOJOAQUIN SARMIENTO/AFP/Getty Images

As the final stocks of rebel arms were loaded onto a lorry in northern Colombia last week, President Juan Manuel Santos declared it the “last breath” (...)

Colombia’s House of Representatives in session on Wednesday before it voted to back a new peace deal with Farc. Photograph: Leonardo Muñoz/EPA

Colombia’s government has ratified a new peace accord with guerrillas from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or Farc (after its initials in(...)

Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos and the Farc head Rodrigo Londoño Echeverri, aka Timoleón Jiménez or Timochenko, shake hands during the second signing of the historic peace agreement between the Colombian government and the Farc, in Bogota, Colombia. Photograph: Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images

Colombia’s government has signed a revised peace accord with Marxist rebels to formally end five decades of civil war, a month after voters narrowly r(...)

The shock referendum rejection by Colombian voters in October of a peace deal between their government and rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of(...)

People call for the immediate implementation of the agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC guerrillas at Bolivar Square in Bogota. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

A new peace accord between Colombia’s government and Marxist Farc rebels will be signed on Thursday and sent to Congress for approval, President Juan(...)

Colombia’s president Juan Manuel Santos: “I receive this not under my name, but under the name of all Colombians.” Photograph: John Vizcaino/Reuters

When Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize yesterday for his work in negotiating a peace deal to end Colombia’s long guerrilla war, he(...)

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