Digging up Bodies: Colombia Is Searching for Thousands of Unnamed Dead
Colombia peace process has accelerated the hunt for the remains of the estimated 45,000 who disappeared in its half-century-long conflict.
South Sudan Rebel Leader Riek Machar Sworn in as Vice President After Two Years of War
The development is a necessary step in the reconciliation that may end two and a half years of war, but it comes amid a precarious, oft-broken ceasefire and a humanitarian disaster.
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.