Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos announced on Wednesday his willingness to resolve the ongoing crisis in peace talks with FARC rebels and return to the negotiation table as soon as it’s possible.
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos has finished only 10% of the 75,000 subsidized homes the head of state claims to have constructed, according to the leftist opposition.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has just finished a five days marathon tour of Europe. The official purpose of his tour was to collect money for the ongoing peace process Full Article »
As education reform is put on the back burner, the core problems affecting Colombia’s system of higher education continue to fester as public universities continue to expand and budgets fail Full Article »
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos has received political support from the European Parliament and the German government for his peace efforts with the FARC as his whirlwind European tour enters Full Article »
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos’ 2010 campaign received a donation from a businessman who has been investigated for money laundering, according to Semana columnist Daniel Coronell.
Crime in Colombia’s 11 biggest cities has dropped 25% in the first week of a recently kicked off offensive against urban crime, President Juan Manuel Santos claimed on Saturday.
Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos and Inspector General Alejandro Ordoñez reached an understanding on Thursday, in a turn of events that could facilitate a successful conclusion of an ongoing peace process Full Article »
Former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe has rejected an invitation from President Juan Manuel Santos to discuss ongoing peace talks with the FARC, calling it a “false gesture,” local radio station Santa Fe Full Article »