Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has officially submitted the peace deal to end his country’s civil war to the United Nations Security Council.
After four years of negotiations the Colombian government and leftist FARC rebels have signed a historic peace agreement ending a 50-year-old insurgency.
Colombia’s president said his country’s FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) rebel group is prepared to return to the battlefield if peace negotiations…
The United Nations Security Council has approved international observers to monitor a long-awaited peace agreement between Colombia and the country’s
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
Columbian leader Juan Manuel Santos says “Peace is close” in his country’s decades long-war with Marxist FARC rebels. The message was carried on
Double explosions in Colombia’s capital Bogota have wounded eight people. The first blast took place in the financial district while the second hit
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.
Two years ago the Colombian government entered peace talks with the FARC rebels in neutral Cuba after half a century of armed struggle.
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The President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, has been in power since August 2010. Before being elected head of state, he was Minister of Foreign
President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos has politics in his DNA, the fourth member of his family to become head of state, succeeding Álvaro Uribe