Colombia joins Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay as the only Latin American nations to have legalised same-sex marriage
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Armero was buried beneath 10 metres of earth, mud and rock when part of the Nevado del Ruiz volcano collapsed following an eruption
Scientists found persistent infection from Zika can trigger a chain reaction, causing the immune system to go rogue and attack the nerves
Over 25,000 people in the coutry are thought to be infected with the virus
It is the first time government health officials have directly blamed the virus for causing deaths
A deadline for an agreement between the guerrillas and the government has been set for 23 March, but the transition back to a normal life is filling the groups 7,000 fighters with a mixture of pride and trepidation
'As the top one per cent races ahead, it seems to depress society across the board'
Many of the women are believed to have been minors
The wreck was found off the coast of Catagena and supposedly is full of emeralds and gold and silver coins
Escobar, whose cocaine empire stretched across South American and the US before he was shot dead in 1993, kept giraffes, antelope and ostriches at this estate
Paragliding, like most forms of light aircraft flying, relies on consistent high pressure and gentle winds in order to remain safe and enjoyable.
Wagner Moura speaks Spanish with a Brazilian accent
Afanador became transfixed by stories of the gypsies who had roamed the south of Spain for centuries
Farc rebels in Colombia have invited Paulina Vega to join the negotiations in Havana