Monday, 23rd May 2022
Breaking News:


8 Apr
Torrential rains and flooding have killed at least 12 people at a mining camp in mountainous northwest Colombia, with another two reported missing and more damage expected, authorities said Thursday.
23 Mar
Six children died and over a dozen were injured on Tuesday after their school bus rolled down a cliff in northeastern Colombia, a regional official said.
8 Jan
At least 11 Colombian police officers were wounded in an attack against their truck using explosives in the southwestern city
30 Nov
The United States on Tuesday announced it has removed the former rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia from its list of terrorist organizations.
13 Nov 2021
Brazil became the first South American nation to qualify for the 2022 World Cup with a 1-0 home win over Colombia.
25 Oct 2021
Colombia's government announced Sunday it is working towards extraditing the country's most-wanted drug trafficker "Otoniel" to the United States, a day after he was captured in a major operation in the jungle.
9 Jul 2021
Seventeen Colombian ex-soldiers are thought to have been involved in the assassination of Haiti's President Jovenel Moise, Colombia's police director said Friday.
7 Jun 2021
Colombia announced Sunday an effort to "modernize" the police, who have been widely criticized internationally for the violent repression of anti-government protests.
31 May 2021
Colombia's government resumed negotiations with demonstrators to end more than a month of protests Sunday, as the UN called for an independent investigation after at least 13 people died in clashes in the city of Cali.
29 May 2021
Colombian President Ivan Duque announced Friday he was deploying military troops to the city of Cali, as international alarm grows
28 May 2021
Colombia on Friday marks a full month of anti-government protests that have claimed dozens of lives and invited international condemnation of its police response. Observers fear the end is nowhere in sight.
27 May 2021
A teenage demonstrator died Wednesday in a protest in Colombia that saw a courthouse set on fire, police said, as the country approaches a month of anti-government mobilization that has claimed dozens of lives.


24 mins ago
The Police Command in Anambra has described the killing and beheading of Dr Okechukwu Okoye, a lawmaker representing Aguata 2 constituency by yet-to-be-identified assailants as cowards and enemies of State.
1 hour ago
The African Development Bank (AfDB) says that Africa will not experience food crisis contrary to reports of an imminent
2 hours ago
The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) on Monday destroyed over 400 carts confiscated from pushers, who serially dump waste at unauthorised locations in the metropolis.
3 hours ago
The Nigerian government on Monday said it has shortlisted about 8,800 students for scholarship opportunities abroad. The shortlisted students were from among 26,000 that applied for its overseas scholarship programme backed by Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF). The annual PTDF scholarship has been ongoing since 2000, giving sponsorship placements for Nigerians acquiring masters and Ph.Ds.…
3 hours ago
Former Nigeria's minister of state for education and a presidential aspirant, Dr Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, Monday said he supported the decision by the ruling All Progressives Congress to attach the controversial letter of withdrawal to the Expression of Interest and Nomination forms sold to aspirants. The withdrawal letter addressed to the National Chairman of the party,…