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In the world's biggest cocaine producer, cultivation has hit an 'all time high' and the new president is vowing harsh measures that will please Trump


'The United States had lost its mind': What the Parkland shooting looked like in a country emerging from civil war


Amid a cocaine boom in Colombia, a deeper problem is emerging



Colombia is closing in on the leaders of its biggest gang, but they're retaliating by copying Pablo Escobar


Pablo Escobar's death cleared the way for much more sinister kind of criminal in Colombia


The last march: Colombia's most notorious rebel group is starting to disarm, but obstacles to peace still loom



Colombia has a new deal to end a 52-year war, but violence and uncertainty still loom over it


Colombia is stuck in political limbo, and vital US aid might hang in the balance


Colombia's failed peace-deal vote could make its cocaine problem worse


Colombia's historic peace deal just lost a stunning national vote, and it's not clear what happens next


'Colombia is betting everything on this': Voters are deciding whether to end the Western Hemisphere's longest war


Colombia's historic peace plan has a bloody legacy to overcome



Colombia's historic peace plan has a drug problem


Colombia has reached a historic deal to end a 52-year war, but the next battle will be at the ballot box


Colombia is moving toward an important reform businesses and investors have been calling for


Colombia has finally ended a 52-year war, but the price of peace will be high



Colombia is about to end a 52-year long war, but a bigger, tougher fight is looming


Pablo Escobar's top assassin says he wants to be a senator


One of the world's longest wars is on the verge of ending


Cocaine seizures have jumped in Colombia, and it's likely a sign of a dangerous shift by traffickers