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A 50-Year Civil War That Killed Over 250,000 and Devastated Colombia Has Finally Reached a Peace Agreement

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Click here for reuse options! The question is, will the peace agreement last past the upcoming election. On Monday, in Cartagena, Colombia, the government of Colombia and the rebel leadership of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) ended one of the longest running civil wars in modern history. Show More Summary

Colombia tipped for Nobel Peace Prize after deal to end war

OSLO (Reuters) - A Colombian peace accord ending a half-century of war is widely tipped for the Nobel Peace Prize next week, returning the award to its roots after a run of wins for organizations including the European Union.

Daily Headlines: September 29, 2016

Argentina: Nearly one in three residents in Argentina live below the poverty line according to the first data on the subject published by the government since October 2013. Colombia: Days after a peace accord was signed with Colombia’s largest guerilla army, the ELN rebels claimed to be ready to officially start peace talks with the government. Show More Summary

Getting To Yes In Colombia

Nearly five years ago, something happened deep in the Colombian jungle that made this week's signing of a peace deal possible. It was a first, risky step, relayed to me by William Ury, co-author of a seminal book on negotiation Getting...Show More Summary

Colombia's ELN rebels say ready to start formal peace talks

BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's Marxist ELN rebels said on Wednesday they were ready to start formal peace talks with the government and resolve issues that have so far stymied the negotiations announced in March.

Don't blame cocaine for South American forest loss, study says

RIO DE JANEIRO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Infrastructure projects designed to open the western Amazon for investment are to blame for deforestation in parts of Peru, Colombia and Bolivia - rather than coca production, researchers said on Wednesday.

Colombia’s Night Before the Dawn

The dancer at the head of the second troupe is marching on stilts no less than four feet high, spinning around in an enormous rainbow skirt, the better to show off his frilly lace jacket with matching bonnet and face paint. Every few...Show More Summary

Venezuela’s Maduro praying for better relations with U.S. after meeting Kerry

By Girish Gupta Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday he is hopeful for improved relations with the United States, a day after meeting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry. Maduro met Kerry in Colombia’s coastal city of Cartagena after the signing of a major peace deal between leftist guerrillas and the Colombian government. “I […]

Will Peace with the FARC End Violence in Colombia?

"I return to the United Nations today, on the International Day of Peace, to announce with all the strength of my voice and my heart, that the war in Colombia has ended" Exclaimed President Juan Manuel Santos to the General Assembly in New York this week. Show More Summary

Tearful reunions as Colombia rebels embrace peace

Miriam Vanegas had not seen her son for 10 years after FARC rebels took him away into the Colombian wilderness. Now the fighters have signed a peace deal, and she has him back. As the FARC -- the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia...Show More Summary

Quest Around The Globe: Picture Preview

This is the picture preview of the Trip Report named The Quest Around the Globe, a wild time that covered 25,000 miles and 7 countries. USA Cayman Islands Colombia Russia Cyprus Jordan UAE It started in Las Vegas with a delightful interview with Richard Quest for CNN Business Traveller. Show More Summary

No saving Colombia peace if voters veto: negotiator

Colombia's peace accord with FARC rebels is the "best possible" deal to end a half-century of war and cannot be rehashed if voters reject it, the government's chief negotiator warns. Deadlock will return if the deal fails to be ratified in a referendum on October 2, Humberto de la Calle told AFP on the sidelines of Monday's historic ceremony. Show More Summary

Watch: Netflix Releases Trailer for New Queen Elizabeth Drama 'The Crown'

“Long live Queen Elizabeth” indeed. After going inside a women’s prison in Orange is the New Black and charting the rise of Colombia’s drug trade in Narcos, Netflix’s latest original series is something altogether more regal. The streaming...Show More Summary

Daily Headlines: September 27, 2016

Colombia: “In the name of the FARC, I sincerely apologize to all the victims of the conflict for any pain we may have caused during this war,” admitted rebel commander alias Timochenko as he and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos signed a historic peace deal yesterday. Show More Summary

The VICE Morning Bulletin

2 days agoNews : Vice News

Snap polls suggest Hillary Clinton won the first debate, Colombia's government and the FARC rebel group sign a peace deal, water plumes may have been spotted above Jupiter's moon, and more.


IT WOULD BE NICE IF JUST ONCE THE AMERICAN PRESIDENT DIDN’T SIDE WITH THE COMMUNISTS: Even if voters approve the tainted bargain with narco-terrorists, it won’t bring peace. On Oct. 2, Colombia will hold a plebiscite to ask the nation to approve or reject an Obama-backed agreement between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed […]

ETA calls for peace agreement similar to Colombia-FARC deal

Basque separatist group ETA criticised Spain and France on Tuesday for failing to reach the kind of peace agreement with it that Colombia did with the leftist FARC rebel force. In a statement published in pro-independence Basque newspaper...Show More Summary

Colombian president signs historic peace deal with FARC rebels. What’s next?

It was a historic moment: Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos shaking hands after signing a peace agreement on Monday with Rodrigo Londono, the FARC rebel leader once hunted in the jungles of Colombia. Continue reading ? The post Colombian president signs historic peace deal with FARC rebels. What’s next? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Illegal Alien Shoplifting Ring Busted in Chesterfield, Missouri

An illegal immigrant shoplifting ring was broken up in Chesterfield, Missouri on Saturday. Three illegals from Chile and Colombia were... The post Illegal Alien Shoplifting Ring Busted in Chesterfield, Missouri appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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