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Ex-FARC leader issues call to arms in Colombia

Colombia's conservative President Ivan Duque said Thursday he would send a special army unit to hunt down ex-FARC leaders who announced they were taking...

Colombia announces cease-fire deal to end 52-year conflict with FARC

The conflict has killed an estimated 220,000 people and forced nearly 7 million Colombians from their homes over the decades. Thousands of Colombians have sought refuge in Costa Rica.

Demining Colombia will take ‘a generation’: minister

As the Colombian government and FARC rebels close in on a landmark peace deal, anti-personnel mines are one of the biggest problems facing the South American country in its post-conflict transition.

Colombia and FARC rebels announce major breakthrough in peace talks

HAVANA, Cuba – Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and the leader of the FARC rebel group announced a major breakthrough Wednesday in their peace negotiations, bringing the country to the verge of ending one of the world's longest-running wars.

Colombia suspends peace talks with FARC after general kidnapped

BOGOTÁ, Colombia – Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Sunday suspended two-year peace talks with the country's largest rebel group, the FARC, as the military investigated the suspected abduction of a general and two others.

Drug trafficking accord with FARC rebels stirs debate among Colombia experts

With Colombia’s May 25 presidential elections only a week away, it appears that Marxist rebels have reached a landmark accord with the government of President Juan Manuel Santos to cooperate in the fight against drug trafficking.

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