Colombia peace talks
Petro condemns “institutional rupture” and attacks on Colombian democracy by the right-wing

The delay in the election of the Attorney General at the center of the ongoing tensions with the right, was highlighted by the United Nations Human Rights office and IACHR

ELN Commander Pablo Beltrán discusses the road to peace in Colombia

The guerrilla commander spoke about how paramilitarism and US imperialism serve as major obstacles to true peace in Colombia

Colombia EMC ceasefire Colombian government and FARC dissident group announce bilateral ceasefire

The Gustavo Petro government and the Estado Mayor Central, a dissident group of the demobilized FARC-EP guerrilla group, have reached an agreement for a 10-month bilateral ceasefire

Colombia achieves milestone in peace process as right-wing intensifies destabilization campaign

The historic ceasefire between the government and the ELN coincided with a fresh destabilization campaign against the Gustavo Petro government

Against all reason, Cuba remains on the US State Sponsors of Terrorism list

What are the effects of Cuba’s designation as a “state sponsor of terrorism” on the Cuban people?

Third round of peace talks with ELN could end with bilateral ceasefire

The closing ceremony of the third round of peace talks between the Colombian government and the ELN will be held on June 9. There is a strong possibility that the parties will sign an agreement on the long-awaited bilateral ceasefire

Colombian government partially suspends ceasefire with armed dissident group

The Petro government suspended the bilateral ceasefire with the Estado Mayor Central (EMC), a dissident group of the FARC-EP guerilla group, in four departments after the murder of four minors by the group

Daily Round-up | US govt approves Alaskan oil drilling project despite climate risks & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of the approval for a drilling project in Alaska, a court intervening in a health workers’ strike in South Africa, the latest SIPRI report on arms sales, and developments in peace talks in Colombia

Daily Round-up | UK junior doctors on three-day strike & other stories

In today’s episode of the Daily Round-up we look at UK junior doctors on three-day strike; 30 migrants presumed dead or missing off Libya; US, South Korea begin 10-day military exercises and Colombian government, ELN conclude second round of peace talks

Daily Round-up | One Palestinian dead, hundreds injured in Israeli settlers’ attack & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of a Palestinian being killed in attacks by settlers, thousands taking part in anti-war protests in Italy, Tunisians condemning the statement of their President on migrants, and Cuba and the UN welcoming developments in Colombia’s peace talks

Daily Round-up | Israeli airstrikes target Gaza following alleged rocket fire & other stories

In today’s episode, we take a look at yet another Israeli attack on Gaza, protests in Morocco over economic issues and repression, advances in the peace process in Colombia, and agitations in solidarity with the truckers’ strike in South Korea

Daily Round-up | Israeli forces kill five Palestinians & other stories

In this episode, we bring you stories of the killing of five Palestinians by Israel, an attack on the assassin of Chris Hani, an agreement on the census in Bolivia, and the latest from Colombia’s peace process