The first DC-3 took to the air in 1935 and over 80 years later, about 800 are still going worldwide. Last week's tragic crash marks the end of an era.
"The killing of civilian leaders is a tradition here. Something which in other countries would be considered a huge scandal is somehow normalised in Colombia," says the CCJ's Camilo Bonilla, co-ordinator of a ground breaking report into activist deaths.
Nicolas Maduro speaking to the Supreme Tribunal of Justice in February 2017. (Photo courtesy of the Venezuelan government)
We hear from Marcos, who joined the FARC at 18, who tells us in his own words about what peace means for him.
It's two years since congress ratified the peace agreement with the FARC. In Caquetá, an ancient Japanese art form connects civilians, ex-FARC, & military.
Deforestation in the Amazon has reached a critical point – if action is not taken now, the eco-systems will not recover.
With some scientists warning that the world's coral reefs will have been destroyed by 2050, we speak to Colombian marine biologist Mauricio Molano about the conservation work he is doing.
In its first match since a heartbreaking penalty shootout loss to England in the World Cup Round of 16, some of Colombia's brightest stars...
A recent bus crash in Ecuador that killed up to 19 Colombian nationals, as well as travelers from Venezuela and Ecuador, was discovered to be tied...
Brazilian engineering giant Odebrecht’s influence in Colombia may be much bigger than previously thought, according to an announcement from the country’s Attorney General Nestor...