Citing the violation of the peace agreements and the human rights crisis, leaders of the demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia Iván Márquez and Jesús Santrich announced a return to armed struggle
Members of the ELN’s peace delegation discuss the current status of the peace talks with the Colombian government and their hopes for peace
Colombians will mobilize in defense of peace and against the neoliberal policies of the right-wing government of president Iván Duque. The participating organizations are seeking compliance with peace agreements and an end to violence against social leaders, among other demands
Four social leaders have been killed last week. Organizations across Colombia have condemned the government of president Iván Duque for the lack of security measures that guarantee protection to social leaders
On March 10, Duque objected to 6 of the 159 articles of the Statutory Law of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace [JEP]. The Senate will next decide on the objections and if it also rejects them, the president will be forced to approve the Bill
Paul Salgado is part of La Red de Hermandad y Solidaridad con Colombia and is currently working in Colombia as an international accompanier, he wrote this report after a trip to the Northeast region of Catatumbo
The inhabitants and social and peasant organizations of Micoahumado town in the Bolivar department of Colombia, denounce that the confrontations between the ELN and the National Army have been constant since March 2
Pablo Beltrán spoke with the Argentine journalist and educator Claudia Korol regarding the Colombian peace talks.
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.
In this episode, we report from Buenos Aires on the major developments in the Latin American countries of Venezuela and Colombia.
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
Organizations have denounced the assassinations and called on the Colombian government to take real measures to protect the lives of social leaders