To find out more about the role that reintegration initiatives can play, The Bogotá Post spoke to César Jerez, the owner of Café Pushkin – a café that sources its products directly from various conflict zones in the country.
Confused by the recent news stories on conflict in Colombia? Here’s a quick Q & A to get you up to speed….
Image courtesy of Estamos Listas. Estamos listas, which translates to “we’re ready” in English, is Medellín’s first ever...
International media on Colombia, Medellin’s thrill-seeking Gravity Bikers popped up on BBC News, in a video showing their hair-raising descents of mountain roads using adapted bicycles – but no helmets.
An international court backs families claiming state agents kidnapped and killed their loved ones at the Palacio de Justicia in 1985.
The Palace of Justice in Bogota where the inscription at the entrance reads "Colombians, guns have given you independence, laws...
Reactions to the announcement that former FARC members will return to arms has been swift, both inside and outside Colombia.
In a video released overnight, Iván Márquez released the group’s manifesto and accused the government of failing to keep its promises and failing to protect the lives of citizens.
As Brazil's forests burn, we ask: what's in store for Colombia's Amazon wilderness.
We speak to the people behind yesterday’s protests outside the Brazilian embassy to put pressure on the government to take action.