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Continuing Peace Talks Between Colombia, FARC Delayed till End of April

The peace delegations of the Colombian government and the FARC announced Saturday that the continuation of peace talks in Cuba, originally scheduled for April 2, will be delayed until the end of April. Meanwhile the two sides will work "separately" on pending elements of the agrarian problem. continue reading »

Colombian President Will Abandon Peace Talks with Rebels if They Do Not Progress

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Saturday that if peace talks with the FARC make no progress, "we're getting up from the negotiating table," adding that the guerrillas will not get the truce they are asking for. continue reading »

Latin America News: Colombian FARC Guerillas Release Kidnapped Police

Colombia's FARC rebels on Friday released two police officers taken prisoner last month, the International Committee of the Red Cross said. continue reading »

Colombian FARC Rebels Using Teens to Detonate their Bombs

Colombia's National Police released videos purporting to show leftist FARC rebels using teenagers to detonate bombs. continue reading »

Human Rights Commission: Concern for Kidnapped French Journalist in Colombia

The Office of the Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) states its concern for the kidnapping of French journalist Romeo Langlois, on April 28th in Caquetá, Colombia. continue reading »

Bus Bombings in Colombia Leaves 8 Wounded

At least eight people were injured by two bombs left, presumably by leftist rebels, on two public buses in Ibague, police in this southwestern Colombian city said Sunday. continue reading »

FARC Captives to be Released in Early April

Colombia's FARC guerrilla group put an end to the uncertainty surrounding the release of its last 10 military and police hostages by designating April 2 as the start of the humanitarian missions. continue reading »