The first commander of the National Liberation Army, Antonio García, spoke about the possibility for peace amid a time of historic transformation in Colombia
Ten retired soldiers and one civilian admit to kidnapping and murdering 120 innocent peasants, framing them as left-wing guerrilla fighters killed in combat
Colombia’s ongoing national strike is part of a decades-long struggle against the political and economic elites to demand peace and dignity for all
La Vía Campesina’s (LVC) Third International Solidarity Mission to Colombia sought the implementation of the agreements entered between the former government of Colombia and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), which is now a political party
In response to the demands of the people for dialogue on implementing state promises in education and agriculture, the government has unleashed special police units which have arrested many and injured dozens
In the wake of the bomb blast on January 17, Colombian president Ivan Duque and his allies had already accused the guerilla group and asked Cuba to arrest and hand over members of the ELN peace delegation stationed in Cuba for peace talks.
The demand by the Colombian government came in the aftermath of the January 17 bomb blasts at a police academy in the city of Bogota. The Colombian government has blamed the National Liberation Army (ELN) for the attack