Protesters descended by the thousands on Colombia’s capital, Bogotá, this week, horrified by a brutal wave of violence sweeping the country, one so intense that…View More Indigenous Colombians, Facing New Wave of Brutality, Demand Government Action
PONDORES, Colombia (Reuters) – Ricardo Bolanos lays out a camouflage vest, a small battery radio and old rubber boots on his bed, cherished relics from…View More Killings, threats and delays disenchant Colombia's ex-FARC
When things go wrong, those in power often promise to make it right. But do they? This is the first in a series in which…View More Colombia’s Peace Deal Promised a New Era. So Why Are These Rebels Rearming?
One of the top leaders of Colombia’s former rebel group, the Farc, has been arrested in Bogota following a request from the United States. Jesus…View More Farc leader arrested on drug charge
More than 55 percent of former FARC rebels have left the 26 reincorporation zones set up under the 2016 peace agreement. El Estrecho, Colombia –…View More Why are former FARC rebels leaving reintegration camps?