"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.
Group of 12 countries propose creation of ‘contact group’ to mediate Venezuelan crisis
The leftist guerrilla group -- which unlike the larger Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) is at war with the government -- neither confirmed nor denied any kidnapping on Twitter, but said they were looking into the case.
Centro Andino in Bogotá evacuated, area cordoned off after explosion
Prosecutors said they were investigating the death of Jose Perez, a student in the western town of Rubio who was "shot in the face" during a demonstration.
There was no immediate warning of any tsunami.
A staunch figure of the ruling party, Attorney General Luisa Ortega, 59, is the highest public official to break ranks with Maduro over the country's deadly political crisis.
Guerrillas move up disarmament date to deliver arms to UN
Maria Gabriela Fernandez and Dereck Blanco stand on board inside a black frame. "El Bus TV," reads a sign over their heads.
With Venezuelans suffering from high inflation, food shortages and soaring crime rates, plus a deepening corruption scandal, the Venezuelan opposition has mounted near-daily anti-government protests since April 1.
The report in Veja magazine on Friday quoted an unnamed aide to Temer saying that the Brazilian Intelligence Agency, known as Abin, had been tasked with finding compromising material on Supreme Court Justice Edson Fachin.
Authorities say 13 people injured in gunfight hours-long gunfight
Police filmed the aide, Rodrigo Rocha Loures, in March running from a Sao Paulo pizza restaurant parking lot to a taxi with a black suitcase containing 500,000 reais, about $152,500.
Their top target is Dairo Antonio Usuga, alias Otoniel, leader of the country's biggest drug gang, the Gulf Clan.
The surprise announcement late Thursday followed two months of deadly unrest during anti-government protests and signs of division in the socialist leader's side.
Sixty people have died and around 1,000 people have been wounded since April 1, when opponents of President Nicolas Maduro intensified their attempts to remove him from power, according to government figures.
Members of media accuse Mexican gov't of failing to provide security, confidence
Henrique Capriles, a former opposition presidential candidate, said he and his team were beaten by National Guard troops as they left a rally that had been broken up by tear gas.
Minister of Industry and Commerce, lawmakers among detained as part of Odebrecht investigation
Masked and helmeted protesters hurled stones and petrol bombs at riot cops who fired tear gas, water cannon and buckshot as demonstrators tried to advance toward the state ombudsman's office in central Caracas.
The 34-year-old retired National Guard lieutenant, who has yet to be identified, was beaten and shot to death by attackers Saturday night in the town of Cabudare in the western state of Lara, prosecutors said.