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Colombia’s Warring Gangs Target Migrants at Venezuelan Border; Peace Process Stutters
The Colombian government’s failure to fill a void left by Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, who demobilized in 2016, is causing a spike in human rights abuses as ...
August 11, 2019
Colombian Ex-Rebel Leader Reportedly Flees to Venezuela in Blow to Peace Process
BOGOTA, Colombia—A former guerrilla commander accused by the United States of drug trafficking remains missing after his disappearance ...
July 4, 2019
6 Killed in Colombian Town Once Dubbed ‘Benchmark’ for Peace Process Advancements
Six people were killed on Dec. 17 evening in the remote Colombian town of Mapiripán in what the ...
December 19, 2018
‘More Prepared to Die Than to Live’: Colombian Victims Testify Against FARC
The FARC were once principal actors in half a decade of war against the Colombian state.
October 28, 2018
Colombia Arrests Former Marxist Rebel Leader on US Drug Trafficking Charge
BOGOTA–Colombia on Monday arrested a soon-to-be congressman from the Marxist FARC party –also known as the Revolutionary Armed Forces ...
April 10, 2018
What I Learned About Human Rights, Heart Disease, and the FARC While Making a Film About Palm Oil
I set out to make a documentary about palm oil, knowing only that forests were being cleared in Indonesia, ...
October 3, 2016
President Santos: Colombia May Miss Peace Deal Deadline
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos acknowledged Wednesday that his government may miss a fast-approaching deadline to sign a ...
March 9, 2016
The Associated Press
UN OKs Mission to Monitor Future Ceasefire in Colombia
The U.N. Security Council on Monday unanimously approved a resolution to establish a political mission to monitor and ...
January 25, 2016
The Associated Press
Is Colombia Finally on the Verge of Lasting Peace?
Colombia has been the site of one of the world's longest internal armed conflicts.
January 19, 2016
China Is Fueling a Drug War Against the US
Behind the illicit flow of drugs into the United States and the violence waged in Latin America by ...
December 18, 2015
Spain Police Arrest Alleged FARC Rebel for Forced Abortions
Spanish police say they have arrested a suspected former combatant in the Colombian rebel force FARC who they ...
December 13, 2015
The Associated Press
Recent Elections in Latin America Carry Heavy Consequences
The results of recent elections in Latin America raise key questions for the United States and the region ...
November 3, 2015
FARC-Colombia Peace Treaty Can Only Bring the Peace of Cemeteries
It has now been a little more than three years of lies, secret deals, and broken promises since ...
October 5, 2015
The Questions John Kerry Should Demand Cuba Answer
When Secretary John Kerry goes to Havana this Friday and meets Cuban officials he should question their continuous ...
August 13, 2015
Venezuela’s Assembly President Is Head of Drug Cartel, Claims Ex-Security Chief
The former head of security for Diosdado Cabello, president of Venezuela's national assembly and vice-president PSUV, is claiming ...
January 27, 2015
After 50 Years of Atrocities, Could FARC Unilateral Ceasefire Be True?
Peace negotiators for Colombia's largest rebel group announced an indefinite, unilateral ceasefire Wednesday, saying guerrillas will refrain from ...
December 17, 2014
Former State Department Official: Terror Groups in Venezuela Planning to Attack US
Rumors persist that terrorists plan to enter the United States through the southern border and attack the United ...
September 11, 2014
FARC Accused of Attack After Ceasefire
Colombia's FARC admitted on Monday it blew up two electricity towers.
November 26, 2012
Colombia, FARC to Hold Peace Talks in Oslo
The Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, will kick off phase one of ...
October 17, 2012
Colombia Seeks Answers for Missing Soldiers
Colombia's oldest rebel group should provide answers on the whereabouts or situations of around 60 missing soldiers, the ...
September 25, 2012
Ex-Colombian Admits Ties to Terrorist Group
A former Colombian general pleaded guilty on Monday to having ties with a right-wing paramilitary group that the ...
August 20, 2012
Journalist Disappears in Colombia
A French journalist went missing following clashes between Colombia’s army and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
April 29, 2012
Formed to Fight Rebels, Colombian Security Forces Turn Mafioso
Colombian paramilitary groups that were tasked to deal with Marxist insurgents such as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of ...
April 18, 2012
FARC Leader Claims It Is Not Weakened
Colombia's FARC rebels denied reports that it has been weakened.
April 8, 2012
Colombia’s FARC Releases 10 Hostages
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) on Tuesday released 10 police and military hostages, with some having ...
April 3, 2012
Colombian President Rejects FARC Talks
The president of Colombia on Wednesday rejected a vague offer of talks by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of ...
January 11, 2012
Tens of Thousands of Hong Kongers Join Rally Pressuring Local Government Meet Their Demands
At Least 63 Dead, 182 Hurt After Suicide Attack at Wedding: Afghan Official
Right-Wing Groups and Antifa Clash in Portland, at Least 13 Arrested
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States File Lawsuit Against Administration’s ‘Public Charge’ Rule
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‘An Unprecedented Evil Persecution’—Chapter Fifteen: Inattention to the Killing of Falun Gong for Their Organs
Trump Calls Out Antifa as Starbucks Closes Shop in Portland Ahead of Planned Violent Clashes
Rashida Tlaib’s Grandmother Reacts to Canceled Trip: ‘I Hope, Inshallah, That She Will Come Back’