Colombian military victims of FARC war crimes want to be represented in ongoing peace talks with the rebel group, a thorny issue as the army is one of the conflict’s Full Article »
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos warned the country’s largest rebel group, the FARC, that if it continues to attack infrastructures, it may put an end to the peace process.
In an open letter to the peace negotiations, Colombia’s third largest guerrilla group, the EPL, announced its intentions to join the peace dialogues currently underway between the government and two Full Article »
A delegate from Colombia’s Inspector General’s Office has sent a letter to Todd Howland from the United Nations to explain the process behind choosing which victims participate in the Havana peace negotiations Full Article »
Colombian rebel group FARC said Tuesday that in order for there to be long-lasting peace in the South American country, the guerrillas must to be considered the political organization they claim to be.
Colombia’s government and the country’s largest rebel group, the FARC, have agreed upon how victims of the armed conflict will be participating during the peace talks in Havana, Cuba.
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos announced that the Russian government has committed to endorsing peace talks between the Colombian government and the country’s largest rebel group, the FARC.
The United Nations warned President Juan Manuel Santos Thursday that Colombia’s ongoing peace process with the FARC rebel group, the country’s largest, will not be sufficient to adress the deepening humanitarian crisis in Full Article »
A delegation from the United Nations (UN) will continue meeting with victims from Colombia’s armed conflict to brainstorm proposals for ongoing peace talks between the Colombian government and the FARC rebel Full Article »