Colombia’s largest rebel group, the FARC, on Wednesday declared an indefinite ceasefire, an unprecedented concession to public pressure and opponents to ongoing peace talks with the country’s government.
Reforms proposed by the Colombian government indicate that the chances of the peace deal in the near future is “distant,” according to a member of the FARC’s peace delegation in Havana.
A woman whose family was massacred by FARC guerrillas has received a “heartfelt” apology from the chief peace negotiator of Colombia’s largest guerrilla group during a break in the ongoing Full Article »
The lead negotiator for Colombia’s largest armed group, the FARC reiterated the group’s opposition to the legal framework for peace on Tuesday, as the latest rounds of peace talks with Full Article »
Colombia’s largest guerrilla group, the FARC, have said they are discussing whether to start another ceasefire for the second round of the Presidential elections, in a statement released on Tuesday Full Article »
Colombia’s FARC rebels released a statement Wednesday thanking a group of international politicians who recently expressed their support for the ongoing peace negotiations between the Colombian government and the country’s Full Article »
A prominent FARC leader took to the internet Wednesday to criticize Colombia’s presidential campaign process, which he said has devolved into “dirty water” flinging “from one plutocratic minority to another.”
Over 200 politicians from the United States and Europe have released a letter expressing their support for ongoing peace negotiations in Cuba between Colombia’s government and the country’s largest guerrilla group, the Full Article »
The Colombian government’s peace delegation gathered in Havana, Cuba Monday for the start of the 25th round of peace talks with the FARC rebel group, the country’s largest. The negotiations Full Article »
The FARC once again called for the creation of a truth commission to investigate culprits of war crimes and mass human rights violations perpetrated by actors in Colombia’s longstanding armed Full Article »