How a French woman became a Colombian rebel
Natalie Mistral joined Colombia's biggest rebel group, the FARC, in 2001. VICE News recently talked to the 42-year-old guerrilla fighter about her life, now that the group's leaders are poised to sign a peace deal ending 50 years of conflict.
Subcomandante Marcos — Mexico's Che Guevara — Is No Longer a Wanted Man
The charges against the iconic pipe-smoking leader of the Zapatista indigenous uprising included terrorism, sedition, riot, rebellion, conspiracy, but they have all now passed their statutes of limitations.
Pope Francis Tells Mexico’s Indigenous Peoples: 'Sorry Brothers'
The Pope apologized for centuries of discrimination during a trip to the state of Chiapas, home to the Zapatista rebellion, at the same time as he said indigenous communities today have much to teach the world in the face of global environmental crisis.
The Zapatista Uprising (20 Years Later)
Twenty years after the Zapatista uprising, VICE traveled to Chiapas, Mexico, to recall the events of that fateful day. It was the first indigenous armed uprising in Latin America in the internet age.