Julian Lopez was participating in a bullfight at the La Santamaria bullring in Bogota when the incident happened.
A charity linked with soon-to-be British royalty, Meghan Markle, has been tied to a scandal in Haiti which saw aid workers exchanging food and cash reserves for sex.
Police said the 16-year-old suspect turned himself in and was charged with murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
13 people including three children were killed when a helicopter flying close to the epicentre of an earthquake in Mexico, crashed on a van. All the officials survived the crash.
YouTuber Isabelly Cristine Santos, 14, has been left brain-dead from her injuries according to police, with some reports claiming she has since died in hospital.
Self-proclaimed paedophile hunter Walter Rodríguez claims he pretended to be his daughter after she confided in him about inappropriate conversations with Germán Acosta.
Amazon can't figure out who is behind the mystery packages.
Jose Irandir Cardoso was part of an armed band known as The Water Rats that stormed Sir Peter Blake's boat as it lay anchored in the Amazon delta in 2001.
Paul Hellyer claimed that the group has not come out with the technology as it has huge financial stakes in the petroleum industry.
Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell says women shouldn't bare their arms on TV because "it's demeaning and undermines credibility and gravitas."
A quarter of all property owned by overseas companies in England and Wales is held by companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, according to new research.
Juan Carlos Rios has been vilified after footage showed him dragging a dog down the road from his car in Las Termas, Santiago del Estero, Argentina.
President Jovenel Moise condemns charity over claims staff paid for prostitutes while delivering aid following earthquake.
Commonwealth leaders are gathering in London where they will begin secret discussions as to who will succeed Queen Elizabeth II as head of the organisation.
Behind the ostrich feathers and sequins, the parades tackle serious matters such as crime, corruption, drugs, poverty and intolerance towards the LGBT community.
Heartwarming image of Pikin the gorilla resting in the arms of her human companion Appolinaire in the back of a car wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award.
Response to Oxfam Haiti sex scandal: "Judge me by my work, not what I do in my time off," says aid worker who had sex with prostitutes during Bosnian War.