The scene outside the General Santander police academy in southern Bogota was chaotic in the immediate aftermath of the midmorning attack, the biggest against a police or military facility in the capital in over a decade.
By Cesar Garcia, Associated Press
After years of talks and a 52-year civil war, the Colombian government and FARC rebel group announced they have reached agreement on all terms of a peace deal.
By Larisa Epatko
Three U.S. military contractors who spent more than five years as hostages of in Colombia made their first public statements Monday about the rebel group and their experiences. Kwame Holman reports.
Colombian rebels kept presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and three American military contractors hostage for years before the country's military was able to release them Wednesday. Experts examine the fallout of their release to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
Three powerful bombs exploded in Bogota Wednesday, killing at least 12 people and injuring some 28 others, just minutes before Alvaro Uribe was sworn in as Colombia's 38th president.
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