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News: Colombia military meet Farc rebels
6 days ago - BBC News - World
Members of Colombia's armed forces meet Farc rebel leaders for the first time at Havana peace talks, to discuss ways of implementing a ceasefire.
News: Colombia Military Officers Meet With FARC
6 days ago - WSJ.com: World News
High-ranking Colombian military officers met face to face for the first time with their most bitter enemies—commanders from the FARC rebel group—as part of peace negotiati...
News: Colombia army, rebels meet face-to-face at peace talks
7 days ago - Reuters: World News
HAVANA (Reuters) - Colombian military officers and leftist guerrillas met face-to-face on Friday for the first time in their 50-year war, starting talks on a ceasefire that wo...
News: Colombia Postpones Sale of Isagen
17 days ago - WSJ.com: World Markets
The Colombian government said it is postponing the plan to sell Isagen by up to a year to give possible suitors more time to evaluate the situation.
News: Bello: I, the Supreme
22 days ago - The Economist: The Americas
NO SOONER had Juan Manuel Santos, Colombia’s president, secured himself a second term in a run-off election in June than he announced that he wants to prevent such a thing...
News: Colombia’s presidential election: Four more years
68 days ago - The Economist: The Americas
IT WAS close. But in the end Juan Manuel Santos prevailed in the second round of Colombia’s presidential election, winning another four-year term and a mandate to negotiate ...
News: Colombia votes in runoff election
76 days ago - BBC News - World
Colombians go to the polls in a runoff to choose their next president after a campaign dominated by the future of peace talks with Farc rebels.
News: For war-weary rebels, Colombia invites defections with comforts and kindness
76 days ago - World: World News, International News, Foreign Reporting - The Washington Post
BUCARAMANGA, Colombia — For all the damage that airstrikes and smart bombs have inflicted on Colombia’s FARC rebels, the biggest threat they face may be the hot tub and th...
News: Colombia’s election: Uribe’s wrath
83 days ago - The Economist: The Americas
A word in the boss’s ear ÓSCAR IVÁN ZULUAGA’S name was on the ballot, but it was his political mentor and the former president, Álvaro Uribe (pictured right), who pul...
News: Colombia and Farc reach drug deal
104 days ago - BBC News - Home
The government of Colombia and the Farc rebel group agree on a plan to deal with the illegal drug trade, at peace negotiations in Cuba.
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