ELN remains active, recruiting FARC deserters and co-opting areas relinquished by the FARC, including the Chocó, Santander and Arauca departments.
The oldest guerrilla in Latin American handed over their weapons but the citizens of Colombia don’t seem to be too thrilled
New estimates that the FARC guerrilla organization is worth billions of dollars draw attention to a highly contested issue that is critical to the peace talks between Colombia and its largest rebel group.
2016 was supposed to be the year of light for the Americas. What happened to all those rosy forecasts?
The head of the UN mission in Colombia, Jean Arnault, proposed Saturday that a later date be set for the FARC to hand over its arms, due to the delay in constructing facilities for the guerrillas’ demobilization.
Rebels and government want United Nations mission to monitor what they hope will be a deal to to end decades of conflict
The United Nations Mission in Colombia is on the verge of completing the registry of about 7,000 weapons formerly held by the FARC guerrillas
Estimates of the FARC’s annual income at the time range from $200m to $3.5 billion.The government may never get its hands on the guerrillas’ ill-gotten gains
Does the peace treaty with the FARC mean a new future for Colombia?
Which country improved the most in 2016? Colombia
El Gobierno colombiano estima que un 7% de la totalidad de los combatientes de las Farc no se acogió al proceso de paz y son los causantes de acciones delictivas en varios departamentos del país.
El desarme hace parte del acuerdo para la terminación del conflicto armado.
El Gobierno colombiano ha afiliado a 10.218 excombatientes al sistema de salud para recibir atención
“Hemos pasado 52 años en hamacas”, narró el comandante de los combatientes, quien todavía usa su nombre de guerra, Aldemar Altamiranda. “Ya era hora de irnos a vivir a casitas”.
Peace talks with Colombia’s largest and oldest guerrilla group, the FARC, will be ready before July 20, President Juan Manuel Santos said early this week.
Peace and political trench warfare in Colombia... The new agreement tidies up loose ends, and involves a few significant concessions from the FARC.
Colombia’s government and leftist FARC rebels unveiled a final peace deal on Wednesday to end a 50-year-old guerrilla war, one of the world’s longest conflicts which took the resource-rich country to the brink of being a failed state
The commander of one of the FARC’s most elite fighting units, “El Paisa,” arrived in Havana to take part in ongoing peace talks after reportedly having rejected the talks.
A ceasefire has come into effect in Colombia between the main leftist rebel group and the government, ending one of the world's longest insurgencies.
“Instead of a rifle in my hands, I want to carry a flower,” sang the guerrillas of the FARC’s 59th Front at dawn on Jan. 1, celebrating their first New Year at peace
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