Death threats have been made against U.S. organizations working in solidarity with Colombia. On October 10, the Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) received its third death threat this year from Colombian "Black Eagles" paramilitaries.
Senator Piedad Cordoba Ruiz has been declared guilty of "relations with the FARC," threatening national unity and treason.
The Colombian Communist Party turned 80 this month and celebrated eight decades of struggle.
Once again, tensions are rising between the right-wing, U.S.-allied government of Colombia and the left-wing government in neighboring Venezuela.
Colombia tops list for the most dangerous place in the world for union workers.
Presidential elections May 30 in Colombia ended up unexpectedly - apparently - but perhaps there's more to it.
Another step in the tortuous process of Latin American integration was marked May 3-4 when representatives of all 12 states belonging to the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) met.
The process of finding a successor to Colombian President Alvaro Uribe has yielded an unconventional favorite.
Between a rock and a hard place: that describes the precarious situation of Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo.
Colombia guerrillas unilaterally release prisoners as a step towards political solutions to the 40-year civil conflict.