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UN Praises Gov’t-FARC Talks in Colombia

United Nations (Prensa Latina) - The United Nations praised today the agreement reached by Colombia's government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC)...

Peace or Appeasement in Colombia?

By agreeing to negotiate with FARC, Colombia's Juan Manuel Santos is simply allowing the continuation of war by means of politics The last time Colombia’s...

Colombia peace talks worth trying

Three times in the past 30 years Colombian governments have tried and failed to negotiate peace with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Government (FARC),...

Colombia’s Santos rejects FARC rebels’ call for ceasefire

(Reuters) Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos rejected a proposal on Thursday by leftist FARC rebels for a bilateral ceasefire during talks next month aimed...

FARC says cease-fire rejection won’t derail talks

HAVANA (AP) — A spokesman for Colombia's main leftist guerrilla army said Friday that President Juan Manuel Santos' rejection of a proposed cease-fire will...

Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos says talks with rebels will start next month

BOGOTA, Colombia — In a Cuban government house in a leafy Havana neighborhood earlier this year, Colombian rebel commanders and their government adversaries secretly...

Colombia Sets Agenda for Peace Talks

First Round of Meetings to Take Place in Norway and Cuba; Santos Says There Will Be No Cease-Fire   BOGOTÁ—President Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday peace...

Partnering with young people for a better world

Young people in Colombia face some of the biggest obstacles but are often sidelined and ignored. Sunday August 12 was International Youth Day. This year...

Colombia: Drug lord’s decaying paradise

Tourists can now wander freely around the former holiday mansion of infamous cocaine trafficker Pablo Escobar, writes Amy Rosenfeld. The swimming pool at Pablo Escobar's...

Colombia, work in progress

By Heather Berkman of Eurasia Group After decades of intense armed conflict that tarnished the country’s image, Colombia’s government has drastically reduced the yearly tally...

So why did Secret Service agents sleep with prostitutes?

The U.S. Secret Service agents had sex with prostitutes in Cartagena because they wanted to have sex with prostitutes. Can we stop beating around...

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