The decision of the Latin American countries to recall their ambassadors in Tel Aviv is a “deep disappointment”, says Israel
Achieving peace with the FARC and their smaller counterpart the ELN, or National Liberation Army, was the dominant issue in the presidential election that Santos won in a second round on June 15
Propaganda materials from the National Liberation Army (ELN), which regularly attacks oil facilities in Latin America's fourth largest economy, were left at the sites of the explosions, police
President announces boost to state spending in Independence Day speech
Brazilian president calls military offensive in Gaza a "massacre," but denies any break in diplomatic ties with Israel
After the weapons were discovered, Cuba acknowledged it was sending "obsolete" Soviet-era weapons to be repaired in North Korea and then returned to Cuba.
With peace talks due to restart next month, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have launched attacks threatening the country's water supply
The United States said it was "profoundly disappointed" by former General Hugo Carvajal's release on drug trafficking charges
Instead of being extradited to the United States, retired General Hugo Carvajal flew home after the Netherlands government ruled he had diplomatic immunity
The delegates' first move was to name Chavez their "eternal leader" and Maduro the new party president.
Brazil called the escalation of violence "unacceptable" and recalled its ambassador for consultations.
Venezuela blamed Dutch authorities for the arrest of Carvajal, who ran military intelligence between 2004 and 2009 during the government of late socialist leader Hugo Chavez.
A Caracas court heard accusations against him of inciting crime and being the intellectual author of damages and arson.
China's Defence Ministry said its naval vessels had the right under international law to operate "in waters outside of other country's territorial waters".
Venezuela called for the United Nations' human rights body to meet and condemn Israel.
Castro said "Obama does not support David against Goliath but rather Goliath against David."
Putin denied the report and said Russia had no plans to resume the Lourdes signals intelligence facility.
Chilean deputies and senators of Palestinian origin went to the Foreign Ministry on Monday to demand a stronger position against Israel regarding its actions in the Gaza Strip.
Honduran President Juan Hernandez said Washington should help Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras fight gangs with a plan similar to U.S. anti-drug programs in Colombia and Mexico
At the height of the Cold War, the base at Lourdes, just south of the capital Havana, had up to 3,000 personnel and was the biggest centre Moscow operated abroad for gathering intelligence
A new round of talks between the FARC and Colombian Government commence.