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Colombia Colombia 's government has announced that peace talks with the country's largest guerrilla army will be renewed on Monday in Cuba after the rebels temporarily walked away from the negotiations. Almost simultaneously, the army said that 13
Last month, 15 soldiers were killed by the rebel group in the same region. Even though Farc rebels and the government are holding peace talks in Cuba, both sides are continuing to target each other militarily. On Friday the Farc announced a "pause"
Topics Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos speaks during a Reuters interview at the presidential palace in Bogota August 8, 2013.
Colombia's largest guerrilla army temporarily walked away from peace talks with the government Friday over President Juan Manuel Santos' refusal to agree to modify the constitution if a peace pact is struck. The move comes after Santos announced late
Founded in 1964, the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia are a MarxistLeninist revolutionary guerrilla organization that has battled Colombian authorities for the past 49 years, with neither side gaining the upper decisive hand in the
Leftist guerrillas in Colombia said Monday they will free a Canadian engineer who has been held hostage since January, in a potential boost for the country's peace process. The National Liberation Army, known by its Spanish acronym ELN, asked the
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Officials hope the proceedings a highly choreographed court drama, in front of a carefully selected audience will put an end to the party's most embarrassing political scandal in decades. But even if the trial goes as planned, Mr. Bo could end up an
The head of the Communist Party came to Eagle for the celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of its liberation from the Nazis. Here Gennady Zyuganov met with his colleagues from 18 regions, discussing the details of the election campaign.
ments FARC peace talks stoke hope - and unrest - in Colombia During a recent recess from peace talks, FARC guerrillas offered to support peasant protests with arms and troops, and government forces suffered one of the heaviest blows since talks began.