Colombian Sen. Cordoba kicked out of Congress
Colombian rebels kill 8 police in mortar attack
Colombian rebels kill 6 police in mortar attack
Court rules against Colombia-US base accord
BOGOTA - Colombia and Venezuela restored diplomatic relations Tuesday, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced after meeting with his Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez.
Presidents of Venezuela, Colombia to meet Tuesday
Chavez: Colombian rebels should release hostages
Colombia’s new leader conciliatory with neighbors
Santos becomes Colombia’s 59th president
BOGOTA, Colombia — Juan Manuel Santos was sworn in Saturday as the 59th president of Colombia, which despite major security gains remains the Western Hemisphere’s only nation beset by a politically based armed conflict.
BOGOTA - Conservative Juan Manuel Santos took office Saturday as Colombia’s new president, to succeed his former boss Alvaro Uribe with a four-year mandate.
Santos sworn in as Colombia’s 59th president
Chavez: foreign minister headed to Colombia
US reversal on visa denied to Colombian journalist
13 soldiers killed in Colombian minefields
Correa warms to Colombia’s president-elect
BOGOTA - Conservative candidate Juan Manuel Santos won Colombia’s presidential runoff by a landslide Sunday.
Ex-defense minister wins Colombia vote in a rout
Colombia general: $1.2 million paid for rescue tip
Colombian soldiers free long-held rebel hostages
Clinton courts Latin America leftists
BOGOTA, Colombia — U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is reassuring Colombia that the Obama administration will not reduce support for the country as it heads for a leadership change amid tensions with neighboring Venezuela.
Colombia frontrunner seeks better ties with Chavez
Conservative Uribe ally dominates Colombia vote
Uribe torchbearer dominates Colombia vote
BOGOTA, Colombia — A conservative former defense minister closely associated with Alvaro Uribe’s security gains easily defeated a maverick outsider in presidential elections on Sunday but fell short of the votes needed to avoid a runoff.
Colombia vote: Uribe minister wins but runoff set
Uribe torchbearer leads Colombia vote
BOGOTA, Colombia — A former defense minister promising to build on President Alvaro Uribe’s security gains took a commanding lead Sunday in Colombia’s presidential elections.
Colombia vote: Ex-defense minister has strong lead
Uribe torchbearer takes lead in Colombia vote
Colombia vote: Ex-defense minister has early lead
Uribe torchbearer vs. outsider in Colombia vote
Colombia: brainy outsider vs. Uribe torchbearer
Corrective: Colombia-Congressman Detained story
Colombia: Chavez meddling in election campaign
Chavez: Venezuela wants better ties with Bogota
Chavez says Colombian candidate would pose threat
Chavez hosts Latin American allies for summit
Colombia’s FARC rebels release captive soldier
2 familiar faces face off for Colombian pres
Pro-Uribe parties dominate Colombia’s Senate vote
Colombia court: No Uribe third term
BOGOTA — Colombia’s Constitutional Court has ruled unconstitutional a law that could have opened the door for President Alvaro Uribe to run for a third term.
Colombia high court debates Uribe re-election vote