BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos on Friday warned that the country's patience with Marxist FARC rebels is wearing thin and that the peace process to end five decades of war must have a deadline.
The Tuesday night attack in Cauca state left 11 servicemen dead, renewing fears among optimistic Colombians that an end to five decades of internal war is farther than hoped.
Members of a key U.S. congressional panel said on Wednesday they have no confidence in Drug Enforcement Administration chief Michele Leonhart, a day after grilling her about DEA agents accused of engaging in sex parties with prostitutes in Colombia. The bipartisan group of 22 members of the House...
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On the very day after Obama took Cuba off the list of state sponsors of terrorism, a terrorist group that for decades has been sponsored and funded by Cuba killed 10 soldiers in Colombia. So much for Cuba’s innocence. Cuba has been funding...Show More Summary
At least 10 Colombian soldiers reportedly were killed and 17 were injured in a clash with the country's Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
BOGOTA/HAVANA (Reuters) - Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos ordered the resumption of bombing raids against FARC guerrillas on Wednesday after a rebel attack killed 10 soldiers, heating up a war that had seen a tentative cessation of hostilities.
Ten soldiers killed by rebels in early morning ambush described by President Santos as a "rupture" of FARC's ceasefire.
Officials say 11 soldiers were killed and 19 injured when a patrol unit was ambushed with homemade explosives, jeopardizing peace talks
Hey, this is fun: agents for the Drug Enforcement Administration based in Colombia have been attending sex parties with local sex workers since at least 2001, parties that are paid for in part by local drug cartels. Nobody’s getting fired. Why would anybody get fired? Read more...
On the very day after Obama took Cuba off the list of state sponsors of terrorism, a terrorist group sponsored and funded by Cuba killed 10 soldiers in Colombia. Cuba
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos lifted a halt on bombing raids against FARC rebels after an attack he blamed on the group killed ten soldiers in rural southwestern Cauca province.
A little over a year ago, 33-year-old Natalia Ponce de León was attacked with sulfuric acid in the Colombian capital of Bogota. The brutal acid attack sparked a national outcry and left activists demanding the government to take action. Al...Show More Summary
The allegations emerge after investigations found DEA agents in Colombia consorted with prostitutes and members of drug cartels
After more than two years of peace talks, 10 soldiers were killed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the government said.
Richard Emblin, the director and editor-in-chief of Colombia’s English-language newspaper, The City Paper, reported sighting a shape-shifting UFO on Sunday, April 12, from the balcony of his home located in the Rosales neighborhood of the Colombian city of Bogota. Show More Summary
Colombia: Could the deadly clashes this morning that killed at least ten Colombian soldiers derail the peace process between the government and the FARC guerillas? Cuba: Cuba could be one step closer to being removed from the U.S. list...Show More Summary
We're willing to bet you've eaten tortillas. Chances are you've tried a gordita (thanks to Taco Bell). You may have even heard of a Salvadorian papusa. But arepas? Those thick, round cornmeal flatbreads popular in Colombia and Venezuela -- the likelihood that you've had the opportunity to enjoy one of those are slim. Show More Summary
On Tuesday night, ABC and NBC made no mention of a congressional hearing that took place earlier in the day addressing a scandal unveiled in a Department of Justice (DOJ) report that said Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents in Colombia had participated in sex parties over a multi-year period funded by American taxpayers and the very drug cartels they were fighting.
So, it appears Hillary Clinton decided to have a change of hear over the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement after a few checks from an oil company...