FARC

El Chapo

El Chapo got wiretapped because the cartel’s IT guy screwed up

“Don Jorge, your… your… your brother is very upset with me because he says that it’s my fault that there’s no communication.”
Keegan Hamilton
12.15.18
Coke

This Photographer Captured the World of Cocaine Farmers in Colombia

Deep in the Colombian jungle, Mads Nissen documented the day-to-day lives of people involved in the production and trade of coke and cannabis.
Kristian Ejlebæk Nielsen
10.29.18
COLOMBIA

Colombia's new right-wing president could destroy the fragile peace process

His stated aim to rewrite terms of the FARC peace deal may drive some former militants to take up arms again.
Tim Hume
6.18.18
COLOMBIA

Inside Colombia’s rebel region as the country votes on its future

“We don't want to be stuck in the middle of a war again.”
Maximo Anderson
6.16.18
Unscrewing Ourselves

Remembering What Sex Ed Was Like in a Marxist Guerrilla Camp

For FARC soldiers deep in the Colombian jungle, membership of the country's biggest armed group came with surprisingly progressive sexual education—but little reproductive choice.
Sebastián Serrano
María Alejandra Rodríguez
11.24.17
COLOMBIA

How Radio Changed the Course of a 50-Year Civil War

The government and Marxist guerrillas both used the airwaves as weapons in their battle for the soul of Colombia.
Juan Camilo Maldonado Tovar
10.27.17
Frontier

Over One Thousand Activists Met in Colombia for the World's Largest Youth Forum for Global Peace

One Young World gathered young leaders and innovators creating solutions for climate change, the refugee crisis, genocide, sexual violence, terrorism, global poverty, and more.
Kastalia Medrano
10.9.17
Photography

Tender Photos of Colombia's Beauty Amidst Times of Strife

American photographer Matthew O'Brien spent a decade documenting the people and places of Colombia.
Ellyn Kail
9.30.17
COLOMBIA

Inside the Colombian Kitchen That's Making Rebels and Soldiers into Chefs

Former FARC guerrillas work right alongside demobilized Colombian army soliders in the kitchens of Juan Manuel Barrientos' acclaimed restaurants in Medellín and Bogotá, where the chef tries to sew peace through cooking.
Laura Dixon
9.10.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

The White House is requesting $6 billion for Texas aid, Kenya's election results are nullified, cops are worried about more creepy clowns, and more.
VICE Staff
9.1.17
Drugs

Colombian cocaine at an all-time high

Alexa Liautaud
7.14.17
FARC

After 50 years, a Colombian rebel group embraces peace

Alexa Liautaud
6.27.17
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