A top commander of Colombia’s largest rebel group FARC and three lower ranked commanders have been transferred to Cuba where peace talks are held, former President Alvaro Uribe claimed on Tuesday.
In an apparent attempt to ease opposition to ongoing peace talks with rebel group FARC, Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos invited his bitter rival, ex-president Alvaro Uribe, to sit down with him Full Article »
Newly published documents prove that former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe offered rebel group FARC congressional seats and an exemption from extradition in the event the rebels agreed to make peace with the former Full Article »
The supreme leader of the ELN on Sunday confirmed informal talks with Colombia’s government are ongoing, but “sometimes difficult” as both parties fail to formalize the talks that were announced Full Article »
A top commander of Colombia’s largest rebel group FARC and the government negotiator who allegedly brokered ongoing peace talks have left the negotiations table, according to news website Las 2 Orillas.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is studying possibilities to finance a peace process in Colombia in the event the country’s government is able to make peace with the country’s largest Full Article »
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos Santos is facing legal action for authorizing a trip of FARC leader “Timochenko” to Cuba where the leftist guerrillas are holding peace talks with the government.
Mediator Henry Acosta was key in starting a peace process with Colombia’s largest rebel group and was used by both former President Alvaro Uribe and President Juan Manuel Santos, a communist Full Article »