Colombians hold a mass funeral for 24 victims of a landslide that buried eight houses and left at least 33 people dead early Sunday. IMAGES
Hundreds of people in Colombia’s capital Bogota take part in a “Kissathon” days after an alleged case of discrimination against a gay couple in a shopping mall.
Protesters gather in Bogota to defend the historic peace pact between Colombia and the FARC rebel group after negotiators warned the United Nations that President Ivan Duque’s government aims to “seriously damage” the accord. IMAGES
Some guinea pigs get costumes up while others end up on the menu as revellers in Colombia celebrate the end of the Black and White carnival.
Colombians take part in the Devil’s Carnival in the western central town of Riosucio, a biennial festival that has its origins in the 19th Century.
In the streets and parks of three Colombian cities, the photos of the faces of some of the thousands of Venezuelan migrants and refugees who are now trying to make a living outside their country are on display.
Activists in Bogota protest by giving masks to residents at bus stations and on the streets, aiming to bring awareness about the high level of air pollution in the Colombian capital.
After decades of bloody wars and unrest, some Colombians are once again venturing out at night in the historic city center to listen and laugh at ghost stories and other legends told by intrepid Colombian and Spanish journalists and anthropologists.
Pyjamas and pillows are everywhere on the streets as Colombians celebrate the World Day of Laziness. Families meet in the municipality of Itagui, near Medellin, with pillows, beds, hammocks and tents to appropriate the public space and fight stress. This event was first celebrated 33 years ago.
Colombians express their expectations of new President Ivan Duque, a day after his inauguration, with many predicting little change from his predecessor.