People Dragged From Homes, Executed as Colombian Rebels Fight
50 people are missing and at least 16 people are confirmed dead after the latest fights between the National Liberation Army and former FARC members in Arauca.
U.S. Removes Terrorist Designation of Former Colombian Guerilla Army
FARC, or the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, officially disbanded in 2016, but some dissidents still remain in the country.
Colombia's Last Guerrilla Group Threatens Peace
Though Colombia's president won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with FARC, the National Liberation Army is still at large.
Watch as Colombia Celebrates FARC Disarmament
Colombians took to social media to celebrate the historic event using the hashtag #VivaLaVida or "Live Life".
Kidnapped Dutch Journalists 'Searching For Lost Mother'
The Dutch nationals disappeared in the area of El Tarra, near the border with Venezuela.
Panama Seizes Four Tons of Cocaine in Major Drug Burst
The gang included Panamanians, Colombians, Cubans, Guatemalans, Mexicans and Venezuelans.
Army Blames FARC Rebels for Deadly Colombia Blast
The 1st Front is one of six dissident FARC groups who oppose the peace deal with the government.
The Top 10 World-Shaking Events of 2016
From Britain's Brexit to Trump's victory, the old year was full of surprises.
Colombia to Sign New FARC Accord With No Second Vote
The new deal will be put to Congress rather than a popular vote.
Colombian President Wins Nobel Peace Prize
Santos has brought the government and FARC rebels closer to peace after half a century at war.
Colombia Leader Extends FARC Truce To Save Peace Deal
Negotiations between the two sides are continuing in the Cuban capital of Havana.
Colombia and FARC Launch Bid To Rescue Peace Deal
Government's chief negotiator will "begin discussions as soon as possible" with FARC.
Colombians Narrowly Reject FARC Peace Deal
President Juan Manuel Santos has said a "no" vote would place the nation back at war with the Marxist rebels.
Colombia Looks to the Future With FARC Peace Deal
Some criticize the agreement, to be signed today, as amnesty for rebels who wreaked violence for decades.
Colombia's Civil War is Finally Over
Colombia's FARC rebel group voted unanimously to approve a peace deal with the government on Friday, declaring an end to the five-decade war.
Will the Colombia Peace Deal Last?
Events on the ground will determine whether the Havana signing was just a photo finish or the start of long-term reforms.
What Next for Colombia After Peace With FARC?
The historic deal brings to an end the longest running war of recent history.
Colombia: The War on Drugs After Peace With the FARC
Simple economics will be one of Colombia's biggest problems as it seeks to eliminate illegal drug production with the help of FARC rebels.
Colombia: Government and FARC Rebels End 50-Year War
The two sides said they had reached an agreement to end the conflict and build a stable peace.
Colombia and FARC Rebels Agree to Ceasefire Deal
The agreement brings into sight an end to a conflict that began as a 1960s peasant revolt.
Colombia Seizes Record $240 Million Cocaine Haul
Much of the shipment was packaged and ready for sale to the U.S. market.
FARC Agrees to Remove Child Soldiers From Ranks
The rebel group is negotiating a ceasefire with the Colombian government in Cuba.
FARC Rebel Rehab Hopes to Create Lasting Peace
Some residents resent cash payments, job assistance to former fighters.
FARC Deal:'Important Step,' Says Colombia President
Bogota agrees compensation deal with rebels for victims of a decades-long civil war.
Colombia: Government and FARC Rebels to Sign Reparations Pact
The two sides could be near a pact on the terms of confinement for ex-combatants who would be tried in special tribunals.
FARC Rebel Leader Tells Group to Stop Buying Weapons
Follows agreement made in September between FARC leader and Colombian president.
Colombia Will Stop Bombing FARC Rebels
The government will cease bombing raids on the leftist rebels who have stuck to a unilateral cease-fire announced in December.
Farc and Colombian Government to Clear Landmines Together
The guerrilla rebels and the government agree to drop their uniforms and weapons in a step toward peace.
Miss Universe Responds to FARC's Peace Talks Invitation
The guerilla group has invited the Colombian-born Miss Universe to peace talks in Havana.
Colombia's FARC Rebels Free Two Hostage Soldiers
The move is a first step toward resuming stalled peace talks.