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Colombia Reports A Historic Seizure Of Cocaine: More Than 13 Tons

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The drugs are worth more than a third of a billion dollars, according to President Juan Manuel Santos.

US university honors Colombian president for contributions

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is calling for the peace process in his county to serve as a beacon of hope while accepting an honorary degree from a U.S. university. … Click to Continue »

Santos condemns killing of indigenous leader

Visiting Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Monday condemned the killing of an indigenous leader last week by the ELN guerrillas in violation of its ceasefire with Bogota. "Of course, we condemn the assassination as we would any...Show More Summary

Colombia leader thanks Canadians for supporting peace effort

Colombia's Nobel Peace Prize-winning president has thanked Canadians for their support of his country's peace process. Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the peace prize last year for his efforts to … Click to Continue »

Colombia hosting 470,000 Venezuelans: Santos

Colombia is bearing the brunt of Venezuela's economic and political chaos, President Juan Manuel Santos said Friday, hosting nearly 470,000 people who have fled the crisis. He told reporters that Colombia was the country that "suffers most" from the crisis in Venezuela, with which it shares a 2,200 kilometer (1,370-mile) long border. Show More Summary

Colombia captures 28 members of feared drug gang: Santos

Colombian security forces have captured 28 members of the country's most-feared drug gang, President Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday. Santos made the announcement in the country's northwestern region of Antioquia where the operation, code-named "Odyssey", targeted the Gulf Clan. Show More Summary

Israel, Colombia pledge cooperation in post-conflict era

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos are pledging to strengthen ties in areas like science and tourism as Colombia transitions into a post-conflict era. Netanyahu … Click to Continue »

Main Colombia narco gang ready to surrender: President

Colombia's most powerful drug trafficking gang is ready to turn itself in to the authorities, President Juan Manuel Santos announced Tuesday. Santos said his government met Sunday with the head of the Gulf Clan, who had made clear he...Show More Summary

Colombia Will Sign Cease-Fire Before Pope Visits

Colombia's government will sign a bilateral cease-fire with the nation's last remaining major rebel group ahead of Pope Francis' visit this week, President Juan Manuel Santos announced Monday. Santos said the agreement will be signed later in the day in Quito, Ecuador, where negotiations with the National Liberation Army, or...

Colombia to sign cease-fire with last guerrilla group

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos says the government will sign a bilateral cease-fire with the nation's last remaining major rebel group ahead of Pope Francis' visit this week. Santos says … Click to Continue »

Trump urges Colombia's Santos to crack down on drugs: White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump urged Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos in a telephone call on Friday to crack down on the production and trafficking of illegal drugs, the White House said in a statement.

Colombian security forces kill top drug trafficker: president

Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos on Thursday said security forces had killed the second-in-command of the Gulf Clan, the country's foremost drug gang. Writing on Twitter, Santos added authorities would elaborate on the circumstances...Show More Summary

Colombia offers asylum to ousted Venezuela prosecutor

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is offering asylum to Venezuela's ousted chief prosecutor, who fled to the country last week. Luisa Ortega arrived in Colombia on Friday with her husband … Click to Continue »

Colombia declares FARC war over as last guns roll away

President Juan Manuel Santos declared Colombia's 50-year conflict with FARC guerrillas finally over on Tuesday, as the last truckloads of decommissioned weapons rolled away to be melted down. Santos himself shut a padlock on the last...Show More Summary

Pence to begin Latin America tour as global crises grow

Vice President Mike Pence will visit Colombia amid escalating tensions with neighboring Venezuela and North Korea. Pence is set to meet with Columbian President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday at … Click to Continue »

Pence to begin Latin America tour as global crises grow

Pence is set to meet with Columbian President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday at the start of a weeklong trip to Latin America that is likely to be dominated by conversations about the deepening crisis in Venezuela, where the U.S. accuses...Show More Summary

Colombia Moves to Salvage Treasure from Spanish Shipwreck

Colombia is making progress towards salvaging a Spanish galleon carrying jewels and coins that sank more than 300 years ago, President Juan Manuel Santos said on Wednesday after receiving a proposal from an investor to bring it to the surface.

Latin America's Longest Conflict Steps Toward Its End

Colombia reached a major milestone on its road to peace Tuesday as leftist rebels gave up some of their last weapons and declared an end to their half-century insurgency. The historic step was taken as President Juan Manuel Santos traveled to a demobilization camp in Colombia's eastern jungles to join...

Colombia's FARC to finish disarming on Friday: president

Colombia's FARC rebels will complete their historic disarmament on Friday, ending half a century of war, President Juan Manuel Santos said during an official visit to France. "This June 23, the United Nations mission in Colombia will announce that the FARC has handed over 100 percent of its weapons," Santos told an economic forum in Paris. Show More Summary

Is Juan Manuel Santos too easy on FARC?

Former Colombian Vice President Francisco Santos weighs in on why he thinks the peace deal is an injustice.

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