A prominent international human rights group is expressing its concern over a bill being disputed in the Colombian Congress that would give military courts jurisdiction over human rights violations committed by Full Article »
The future of more than 1,500 Colombian troops stationed in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be back on the agenda after being delayed due to Colombia’s presidential elections, national Full Article »
Military aid provided by the United States to Colombia between 2000 and 2010 had a significant impact on the increase in cases over the extrajudicial killings of civilians by the Full Article »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos announced Wednesday that he would end Colombia’s mandatory military service in the event that a peace deal emerges from peace talks with the country’s largest Full Article »
Colombia’s Office of the Prosecutor General has announced that a video of Colombian presidential candidate Oscar Ivan Zuluaga, showing him and an alleged hacker of discussing confidential military intelligence, has Full Article »
Colombia’s Defense Ministry released a report on Friday stating that there will be over 240,000 servicemen and women working on Sunday to ensure a safe and peaceful presidential election.
Ten “false positives” cases were among 232 people executed by the government without due process in 2013, a Colombian human rights organization has reported.