The FARC guerrillas have thrown a bucket of cold water at Colombia’s hope for peace through their killing of 11 soldiers on Wednesday, say national media, while 61.8% of Colombians surveyed Full Article »
United States President Barack Obama on Saturday “celebrated” Colombia’s peace progress in a meeting with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos at the 7th Americas Summit in Panama.
Colombia’s conservative opposition has insisted that security in the country has worsened. The allegations have been cast off as “lies” by President Juan Manuel Santos, but the Deputy Minister of Defense was forced admitted Full Article »
Colombia’s Conservative party has taken seat in the country’s opposition bench, leaving the coalition of President Juan Manuel Santos who the conservatives say has become increasingly “inept and corrupt.”
The main obstacle to signing a peace deal with Colombian rebel group FARC is getting the Marxist group to accept punishment for crimes that have occurred over the half century war, Full Article »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Thursday announced he would be extending a suspension of air strikes against rebel group FARC, which is holding peace talks with the government.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Wednesday labeled recent US sanctions against Venezuela “counterproductive,” reinforcing an opinion that has previously been expressed by his administration.
Colombia’s president, Juan Manuel Santos, has suffered abysmal approval ratings ever since he came into office in 2010. According to a recent poll, this is mainly because Colombians feel he fails to Full Article »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos celebrated the announcement of plans for Pope Francis to travel to Colombia, as the Catholic Church leader urged Colombia to “not lose energy or hope” Full Article »
After years of refusal and half a year ahead of local elections, Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos has invited a notoriously shady political party to join his coalition.