Colombia’s supreme court has convicted two close aides of former president Alvaro Uribe for organizing a spying ring that illegally intercepted the communications of some of the conservative leader’s top Full Article »
Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe met with Senator Marco Rubio and three US house representatives to seek foreign support for his opposition to ongoing peace talks with rebel group FARC Full Article »
Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe left for Washington DC on Tuesday to seek support for his opposition to peace talks with rebel group FARC. The president would not reveal who Full Article »
The political battle between Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and his predecessor, Alvaro Uribe, has reached a record low after the head of state implied the “extreme right” opposition leader is “using fascist Full Article »
Colombia’s Congress has disallowed former President Alvaro Uribe to travel to the United States where he hopes to garner political support for his opposition to ongoing peace talks with leftist rebels.
Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe will travel to Washington DC next week to meet with US lawmakers, reported Colombian weekly Semana on Thursday.
The former President of Colombia’s Supreme Court has accused ex-Colombian President Alvaro Uribe of being directly involved in the wiretapping of the Supreme Court and others seemingly deemed inconvenient to the former administration.
A Medellin court ordered the investigation of former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe for his alleged involvement in a 1997 massacre that has been haunting the former head of state in spite the fact Full Article »
Colombia’s Prosecutor General’s Office is seeking the help of the country’s recently arrested former spy chief to amplify investigations against top aides of former President Alvaro Uribe.
The former director of Colombia’s now-defunct spy agency DAS could receive benefits if she helps prosecutors determine whether former President Alvaro Uribe was involved in the illegal spying of the Supreme Full Article »