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The leader of Colombia’s FARC rebels has accused the government of ‘‘repeatedly breaking” the terms of their peace deal
and has hinted he may
A deadline for FARC rebels in Colombia to hand over weapons as part of the country’s historic peace accord has been extended.
May 30 was the
The Colombian government and the country's second-largest rebel group have begun official negotiations in Ecuador hoping to end a 50-year war.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, who won the Nobel peace prize for the deal with the FARC and opposition leader Alvaro Uribe, who rejected the agreement met with Pope Francis in the…
Santos collects Nobel Prize in Oslo for deal with FARC Quotes anti-war song by Bob Dylan, 2016 literature winner Hopes Colombian deal can inspire peace talks elsewhere Colombian President Juan Ma
Dozens of FARC rebels have gathered in Colombia ahead of handing in their weapons, in what is seen as a first critical step in implementing the peace deal.
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The new accord approved by Congress gives the country's largest rebel group six months to abandon its weapons.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has finally achieved his peace deal with FARC rebels.
The initial agreement with the rebel group was rejected in a national referendum in October.
Colombia's Congress will ratify the revised peace deal with the FARC, but Alvaro Uribe leads opposition calling for fresh popular vote.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and Marxist FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono have signed another, revised peace deal.
They say it is still too lax on those guilty of serious crimes and want it ratified by another referendum, not voted by Congress as is the plan.
In September, and after four years of talks, members of the FARC rebel group unanimously agree to a peace deal with the government of Colombia.
They say it is still too lenient on those guilty of serious crimes and want it ratified by another referendum, not voted by Congress as is the plan.
The Colombian government and FARC rebels have agreed to sign a revised peace deal after the last one was rejected in a referendum.
Britain and Colombia have vowed to boost trade on the second day of President Juan Manuel Santo’s state visit to the UK.
Trade is on the agenda for the first ever state visit by a Colombian president to the UK.
President Santos of Colombia announces an extension of the ceasefire between the government and Farc rebels will be extended until December 31.
As Colombians march in favour of a peace deal with the FARC, President Santos reiterates the need for a quick solution to the stalemate.