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Colombia’s president and the leader of its largest rebel army, the FARC have signed an historic ceasefire deal in the Cuban capital Havana.
Latin American leaders and the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon gathered in the Cuban capital Havana have witnessed the historic signing of a ceasefire deal between Colombia’s government and its main
Colombia’s civil war began as a 1960s peasant revolt but then exploded into a cocaine-fuelled conflict which killed at least 22,000 people and displaced…
Three years of historic peace talks between Colombian government and FARC negotiators have resulted in a ceasefire agreement.
Colombia’s largest rebel group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the government have returned to talks aimed at ending 50 years
The remains of 29 people who disappeared during the half-century conflict in Colombia were handed over to their families on Thursday, as the peace process gets back on track.
Representatives of the Colombian government and the leftist FARC rebels have signed an agreement which could put peace talks back on track to end the
A ceasefire between Colombia and rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – or FARC – could be called on January 1, 2016. Juan Manuel
After Wednesday’s historic handshake and the commitment to peace between the Colombian government and the FARC rebel group, the groundwork begins
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos discusses the achievement of a travel agreement between South America and Europe and how his country is fighting FARC and the war on drugs.
Colombia’s FARC rebels have annonced an open-ended truce. It comes from Cuba where they have been holding peace talks with the government. It is the