colombia peace process
The country's FARC rebels have promised to quit the drug trade, but other groups are ready and waiting to take control.
Colombia peace process has accelerated the hunt for the remains of the estimated 45,000 who disappeared in its half-century-long conflict.
The Government and the FARC have signed an agreement on how to recognize and compensate the victims of the country's long armed conflict, and with it moved their three-year peace negotiations into what looks like its final stages.
After a flare-up in violence, the latest announcement from the peace talks in Havana suggests the hemisphere's longest war might nearly be over.
As Colombia's government continues to negotiate a truce with FARC rebels, an opposition movement is demanding "peace without impunity" for the guerrillas.