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Pot Is Making a Comeback in Colombia

Medical marijuana entrepreneurs are coming out from the shadows in Colombia. According to Colombia’s constitution, weed cultivation and consumption is legal for medicinal purposes, although the Health and Social Protection Ministry has not yet created regulations fo...

Colombia: Peace Talks Resume—As War Escalates

Since Colombia's FARC guerillas called off their unilateral ceasefire following a military air-strike last month, peace talks with the government have resumed in Havana. As the new phase of talks opened May 25, FARC leaders appealed ...

Colombia: FARC Breaks Off Cease-Fire After Air Strike

At least 18 FARC fighters were killed May 22 in an air strike on a camp near the coastal village of Guapi in Colombia's southwest region of Cauca.   

Peru: Terrorist Group Linked to Colombian Cartel

Peru's authorities can't seem to put out the last flicker of the Sendero Luminoso insurgency. They now claim to have uncovered evidence that the neo-Senderistas are in league with one of the re-organized Colombian cocaine cartels, ironically known as the "Caf...

Colombia: Peace Process in Jeopardy?

Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos on May 9 called upon his National Drug Council to halt the spraying of glyphosate on suspected coca fields following its recent reclassification as a carcinogen by the World Health Organization.

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