BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's government warned on Tuesday of a plot by a criminal group to kill several high-profile journalists just weeks after the attempted assassination of an investigative reporter boosted concerns over threats to a free press in the violence-plagued Andean nation. Full story
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's former leader Alvaro Uribe on Sunday rejected an accusation by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro that Uribe was plotting to kill him as the desperate ploy of a dictator trying to hide his illegitimacy. Full story
In this amazing caught-on-camera video, a police officer in Colombia snags a man just in the nick of time as he tries to hurl himself in front of a train.
Colombian anti-drugs forces confiscated more than six tons of marijuana in Bogota. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Riot police clashed with protesters for a second day in northeast Colombia, where residents in one city have lived without running water for nearly two years. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Colombian police seized over four tons of cocaine in the Caribbean port of Cartagena on Tuesday. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
At least one person was injured and a horse was killed by a bull during the opening day of a bull fighting festival in Colombia. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
Colombia's head of the National Coffee Growers Luis Genaro Munoz gestures during an interview with Reuters in Bogota May, 21, 2013. Colombia's coffee farmers are striving to sell their surging coffee output by getting a foothold in new markets in the Middle East and Latin America, and also by winnin
ISA Chief Executive Luis Fernando Alarcon speaks during a Reuters interview in Medellin May 16, 2013. The Chilean unit of Colombia's state-run energy company ISA may tap international capital markets to finance more than half of its planned $1 billion electricity transmission line, Alarcon told Reut
Colombia's Energy Minister Federico Renjifo gestures during an interview with Reuters in Bogota May 14, 2013. With Colombia's oil reserves stretching to less than seven years, its biggest challenge is boosting exploration and attracting fresh investment to uncap a "world of discovery" in shale oil,
Andretti Autosport driver Carlos Munoz of Colombia drives practice laps just ahead of Andretti Autosport driver James Hinchcliffe of Canada on the second day of qualifications at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Indiana May 19, 2013. The 97th running of the Indianapolis 500 is sched