Former Colombian politician and hostage Íngrid Betancourt drops her lawsuit against the state.
The United Kingdom announces visa-free entry for ordinary citizens of Colombia, Guyana and Peru.
At least 12 miners are dead during an explosion of methane gas and coal dust in the "La Carbonera" mine, in the municipality of Tópaga, Colombia.
The Colombian National Institute for Drug and Food Surveillance grants emergency use authorization for the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Three members of the Panamanian diplomatic corps in Colombia are killed after the overflow of the Río Frío drags the vehicle they were traveling in.
Newly inaugurated Colombian President Iván Duque Márquez announces that he will not have an ambassador in neighboring Venezuela.
The number of people displaced globally totals 65.6 million after an addition of 10.3 million people displaced in 2016. Syria, Colombia, Afghanistan, Iraq and South Sudan are the countries in the top five.
Referendum voters in Colombia narrowly fail to ratify a peace deal between the Government of Colombia and FARC.
Twenty-three oil workers are kidnapped in eastern Colombia with FARC rebels the most likely suspects.
Colombia takes Venezuela to the Organisation of American States over claims that the latter tolerates training camps for left-wing guerrillas, particularly FARC and ELN within its borders.
Colombian soldier Pablo Emilio Moncayo is released after 12 years in FARC captivity.