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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.   

Colombia: Peace Efforts May Bear Fruit

Colombians made history March 8, as tens of thousands took to the streets in cities and towns nationwide—joined by Colombian ex-pats and immigrants in the US, Canada, Europe and elsewhere—to show their support for peace talks between the government and FA...

Colombia and Peru in Attempt to 'Cleanse' Putumayo

On Sept. 30, Peruvian President Ollanta Humalaand his Colombian counterpart Juan Manuel Santos and their respective cabinet ministers held a rare joint meeting in Peru's Amazon river port of Iquitos. There, they signed a binational accord...

Colombia: FARC Renounce Narco Profits

Colombia’s government and the FARC guerilla organization announced an agreement May 16, entitled "Solution to the Problem of Illicit Drugs," in which they pledge to work together against the narco trade.

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