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Colombian government collects drug lords' treasures, from elephant tusks to dented bicycles.
How Colombia overcame rebel attacks and upped its oil production.
Presidential front runner reaps the benefits of anti-FARC security measures.
Why a Dutch language teacher joined Colombia’s largest guerrilla army.
Hallucinogens as cancer drugs, poppy fields left untouched. Is the focus of the "war on drugs" shifting?
Dubbing movies is big business in Bogota. So are call centers. All because it's easy to understand Colombian Spanish.
Former defense minister, who hails from a family of influential journalists and politicians, is the leading contender to become Colombia's next president.
Thirteen silkscreens of Marilyn Monroe and Mao Tse-tung are on display in a Colombian mountain town.
Matador’s figures strike poses of bemused innocence as they get into mischief, including killing, kidnapping and stealing elections.
Colombia is the home of Juan Valdez. So how can it be so hard to find a decent cup of coffee?
Can a toy factory and other foreign businesses survive in post-coup Honduras?
Singer-songwriter Polache got his start pointing out the beauty of his home country. But an impromptu duet could lead to his fall.
With no legal claim to their land, many Colombian peasants can't afford seeds, fertilizer or basic machinery.
It's a national park “where the rainbow becomes a river.” And it's nearly empty.
Interview: The son of notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar plays a central role in a film about his father’s violent legacy.
A reporter accompanies a Colombian army mission and observes why winning the war remains so difficult.
A government propaganda blitz urges FARC rebels to give up the fight. It seems to be working.
The intelligence agency has been spying on Colombians — but most don't care if it means they're safer from guerrillas.
As the Taliban takes more high-profile hostages, there are lessons to be learned from Colombia's war with the FARC.
Colombia is excavating its civil war dead for the first time — sometimes by going into active war zones.