Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos on Thursday called to intensify military actions against Colombia’s largest armed group FARC after an attack that killed seven police and wounded five.
The son of Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos on Thursday published a selfie with his father’s predecessor and fiercest political opponent, Senator Alvaro Uribe, in support of a campaign to promote peace Full Article »
A second group of 12 victims representatives arrived in Havana on Tuesday to talk with the delegations of rebel group FARC and the Colombian government about the treatment of victims in the event of a Full Article »
Colombian corporations joined hands with their mass media and the Catholic Church to promote peace and reconciliation while ongoing peace talks with rebel group FARC continue to suffer low approval ratings.
Colombia’s second largest rebel group, the ELN on Friday called for a bilateral ceasefire, criticizing a current protocol of maintaining offensives during peace talks with the FARC as “contradictory” and “generating confusion.”
Colombia’s largest rebel group has publicly rejected a statement it published earlier this week saying that congresswoman Clara Rojas, detained by the FARC for six years, does not have the right to be presented Full Article »
Colombia’s largest armed guerrilla group FARC on Tuesday said that Congresswoman Clara Rojas, who was kidnapped by FARC in 2002, can’t be labeled a victim and participate in ongoing peace talks.
Colombian rebel group FARC said Tuesday it will begin studying the transition of military power to Colombia’s National Army in rebel-controlled territories in the event of a deal with the government to end 50 Full Article »