Santa Lucia, Quebrada del Medio, El Quindio, Santa Barbara, and El Cedral are among the most affected areas.Full Story
Activist Jose Vianey was murdered in the "La Montañita" community in Caqueta, after being shot by unidentified gunmen.Full Story
According to Colombian police authorities, at least 70 people were arrested in Colombia's latest round of anti-government protests.
Despite evidence of the domestic origin of their country's structural violence, Duque' allies continue to blame Venezuela for what is happening in Colombia.
The protests would follow those that took place yesterday, during the inauguration of the last legislative year of Iván Duque.
The Defense Minister deployed 53,000 police and 36,000 members of the Armed Forces to try to contain the protests.
Colombia’s government has been called hypocritical after calling for solidarity with protesters in Cuba as it cracks down harshly on mass demonstrations against economic inequity and human rights abuses.
Defense Ministry will deploy 6,000 police officers and 2,700 troops over Bogota city.
Four citizens were killed in the area where Gaitanist Self-Defense Forces, a far-right paramilitary gang dedicated to the cultivation and trafficking of drugs.
The High Commissioner for Human Rights recorded 56 deaths and 49 alleged victims of rape in the context of last months' national strike.
So far, the Haitian authorities have arrested 18 Colombians and five Haitian-Americans, all of whom are being investigated to detect the masterminds.