The Colombia government has promised to increase internet security measures after it was discovered on Saturday September 27 that hackers infiltrated the email accounts of a key negotiator in the Full Article »
More than 150 death threats have been made against human rights activists, journalists and politicians since the start of September, a record since the start of the peace talks between Full Article »
Colombia’s defense minister called on the country’s congress to continue funding armed forces in spite of ongoing efforts to make peace with the country’s half-a-decade old rebel groups.
Armed conflict and forced displacement persist as threats for Colombia’s indigenous peoples, according to a report by indigenous rights organization ONIC.
A Colombian judge has assessed that two non-black members of Congress elected to represent Afro-Colombians “misled” the National Electoral Council, according to weekly Semana.
A Senate commission on Thursday approved obligatory voting in Colombia as part of a political reform bill, possibly rolling it out for the referendum to follow any peace accord signed between Full Article »
Colombia’s president on Thursday presented the United Nations General Assembly the advances made in peace talks with rebel group FARC, as a bit of good news in a world caught up in Full Article »
Colombia’s decades-long fight against illicit drugs is to be solved with a two-year voluntary program of crop substitution, according to a preliminary agreement between the government and the FARC released on Wednesday.