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The leftist rebels held Romeo Langlois for 33 days. Now the reporter says the rebels want him to rally France’s Socialist president to broker peace in Colombia.
Amid a gold rush, artisanal miners are getting squeezed out
A dynamic investment house finds a way to bankroll up-and-coming talent.
Cano had indicated he might be open to peace talks. Will his replacement?
Women are key to the FARC insurgency, making up about one-third of the Colombian rebel group.
Puerto Wilches is one of the last places you would expect to hear rock music.
The coastal Colombian city of Barranquilla throws one of the biggest parties in the world.
Paramilitary fighters have regrouped as drug gangs and are terrorizing villagers.
A Colombian architect is uprooting notions of what we can do with bamboo.
The FARC's leader is believed to be hiding among the mountains of central Colombia.
Colombian army accused of killing civilians and labeling them guerrillas.
Colombians on the border are caught between two spatting presidents and a devastated economy.
An unconventional politician is trying to become Colombia's next president by mimicking Obama's tactics.
This violent city seemed to have found a path to normalcy. Why did it revert to its old ways?
Residents paint a terrifying picture of life at the intersection of the drug war.
Sounds of old-world music, clinking glasses and the murmur of laughter waft out the open windows.
Does the liberation of two captives signal the FARC is open to prisoner exchanges and eventual peace negotiations?
Part 2: The Colombian military is accused of covering up its role in the murder of members of a peace community.
Part 1: How seven members of a Colombian peace community were brutally murdered.
In Colombia's scandal-ridden politics, female relatives of jailed politicians are now standing for office.