Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe said on Thursday that he is willing to meet with his successor, President Juan Manuel Santos, if this is bartered by former UN Secretary General Full Article »
The FARC’s persistence in rejecting jail time for rebels accused of atrocities has resulted in fierce criticism from both the government and the NGO Human Rights Watch.
FARC guerrillas will not go to prison and will not give up their weapons in the event of a peace deal, Ivan Marquez, the rebels’ chief negotiator in Cuba said Full Article »
Colombia’s armed forces on Saturday said that they had killed at least six presumed ELN guerrillas in combat in a troubled region in the north of the country.
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday praised the United States government for appointing top official Bernie Aronson the North American country’s envoy to peace talks with rebel group FARC.
Unknown assailants have killed the son of one of the victim representatives at peace talks between Colombia’s government and rebel group FARC. Almost one in four of the representatives have received death Full Article »
A US missionary, who was detained on Wednesday for alleged collaboration with Colombia’s main leftist rebel group, has been released after a judge ruled there was not enough evidence to Full Article »