Members of rebel group FARC, currently negotiating peace with Colombia’s government, should be detained for the duration of peace talks to prevent the guerrillas from carrying out violent or criminal activity, Full Article »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday began a tour of the country’s military barracks to explain ongoing peace talks with guerrilla group FARC and quell unrest about possible military cuts in Full Article »
The Colombian army said on Sunday that it had seized the biggest ever collection of home-made mortars belonging to rebel group ELN.
Thousands of victims of Colombia’s armed conflict now have access to legal justice through a ruling of the Constitutional Court processed days before the unwrapping of the body’s corruption scandal.
Three advisers of peace commission member General Jorge Enrique Mora resigned on Wednesday in protest of the general’s future absence in Cuba where talks are held with FARC rebels.
Colombia’s largest rebel group, the FARC, said on Monday that initial landmine removal operations will take place in areas close to towns and villages. Once a bilateral ceasefire is in place, Full Article »
Three FARC guerrillas and one soldier have been killed in combat in central Colombia, the military said Sunday.
US soldiers and military contractors sexually abused at least 54 children in Colombia between 2003 and 2007, according to a recently released historic document on the country’s conflict. The suspects have allegedly not been Full Article »