Colombian peace process
The Trump administration’s parting outrage against Cuba

Medea Benjamin and Leonardo Flores criticize the decision of the Trump administration to include Cuba on the list of countries that “sponsor terrorism”

Bloodshed continues in Colombia

The levels of violence in Colombia have not abated in 2021. In one day, two massacres were carried out and 2 leaders were assassinated

2021 begins with more assassinations in Colombia

In the first four days of this year, two social leaders and two former combatants of the FARC have been assassinated in Colombia

Colombia’s President shows his disdain for democracy and Venezuelans

Iván Duque attacks social leaders and human rights defenders at home, while leading the imperialist offensive against Venezuela and its sovereignty

Assassination of social activists continues in Colombia

Between November 30 and December 7, six Indigenous leaders, two Afro-descendant leaders, two environmentalists and one social leader were murdered in Colombia

Colombians embark on a fresh national strike against Ivan Duque

The nationwide protest is being carried out in rejection police brutality, economic crisis, massacres and the indifference of the national government towards them

FARC party and Colombian national government sign peace commitments

The agreements between the FARC party and the Colombian national government are the outcome of the Pilgrimage for Life and Peace, made by hundreds of ex-combatants demanding compliance with peace accords

Mobilizations in Colombia intensify in defense of life and peace

In Colombia, mobilizations have intensified demanding an end to escalating violence against social movements and political activists.

Amid increased violence, Colombians mobilize in defense of life and peace

Social movements have taken to the streets and highways in rejection of the concerning escalation of violence against communities

Chronicle | Colombian Commander Uriel falls in combat, fulfilling his destiny

The largest active guerrilla group in Colombia announced the death of one of its principal leaders, “an authentic guerrillero”

8,000 Colombians march to Bogotá demanding to meet with president Duque

Meanwhile, four indigenous leaders were killed in other parts of the country as mobilizations took place in Bogotá.

Participants of the Minga continue to wait for a meeting with Colombian President Iván Duque

The organizations of the Social Minga are demanding protection for social leaders, right to defend their land, right to democracy and the construction of peace in the country

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