Medellin in Colombia was once considered the most dangerous city on earth. But new infrastructure is improving life for residents, while education and cultural projects are changing its image.
As Colombian voters prepare to cast ballots in a presidential runoff between right-winger Ivan Duque and leftist Gustavo Petro, the latter candidate's supporters face deadly enemies. Mira Galanova reports from Colombia.
Five main candidates are standing in Colombia's first elections since the peace deal to end a half-century of conflict. Hard-line conservative Ivan Duque led the opinion polls, but is expected to fight a second round.
The Colombian military has launched an attack on the National Liberation Army after the left-wing guerrilla group blew up a bridge in the country's north. The ELN has not followed the FARC in laying down its arms.
Colombian guerrilla Timochenko has swapped combat fatigues for grey blazers to run for president. But are voters ready to accept him and his Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC)? Manuel Rueda reports from Bogota.
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