Some Colombian rebels won't give up the fight despite a peace deal
The announcement by a unit of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia that it will not disarm comes with a final peace deal expected within weeks. President Juan Manuel Santos called on the dissidents to think again — or face death or jail.
A New Kind of Coca Leaf Is Thriving in Southern Colombia
Farmers are growing a super resistant coca leaf that can withstand glyphosate fumigation they say has continued despite the government's promises to stop using the chemical that has been linked to cancer.
Colombian Guerrillas and Government Vow to De-Escalate — But No Ceasefire Yet
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.
'False Positives': How Colombia’s Army Executed Civilians And Called Them Guerrillas
Facing pressure to boost its battlefield figures under former President Alvaro Uribe, Colombia's army lured and executed at least 3,000 civilians and notched them as combat kills, according to a new Human Rights Watch report.
Serious Faults Found in Mexico’s Handling of Missing Students Case, Independent Team Says
Dentures were found at the dump where the students were supposedly incinerated, among other anomalies detailed by the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team. The attorney general struck back at the group, calling its assertions "speculation."