Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia

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The Daily Comet
Guerrillas and rebels do for world oil market what producers couldn'tCustoms and ship-tracking data compiled by Bloomberg. The Latin American natio
Guerrillas and rebels do for world oil market what producers couldn't
The Daily Comet / Posted 2 days ago
Customs and ship-tracking data compiled by Bloomberg. The Latin American nation's government has held peace talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, since 2012, and last month said it would also begin talks with the smaller... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Guerrillas and rebels do for world oil market what producers couldn'tCustoms and ship-tracking data compiled by Bloomberg. The Latin American natio
Guerrillas and rebels do for world oil market what producers couldn't
The Houma Courier / Posted 2 days ago
Customs and ship-tracking data compiled by Bloomberg. The Latin American nation's government has held peace talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, since 2012, and last month said it would also begin talks with the smaller... Read more
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ABC News
Brother Takes Colombian Politician's Place as Rebel Hostageand largely finances its insurgency through extortion and kidnappings. The bigg
Brother Takes Colombian Politician's Place as Rebel Hostage
ABC News / Posted 2 days ago
and largely finances its insurgency through extortion and kidnappings. The biggest and far-stronger rebel movement, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, has been in peace talks with the government for three years. Herbin Hoyos, a... Read more
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WA Today
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldier"True, we were children waiting for our deaths. But I'm always thinking about r
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldier
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
"True, we were children waiting for our deaths. But I'm always thinking about returning." The rebels, known as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, say they do not recruit children. Yet during a recent visit to a FARC camp... Read more
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The Age
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldierher nine-month-old daughter Celeste at her home in Caldas. Photo: Juan Arredond
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldier
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
her nine-month-old daughter Celeste at her home in Caldas. Photo: Juan Arredondo/New York Times The rebels, known as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, say they do not recruit children. Yet during a recent visit to a FARC camp... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldierher nine-month-old daughter Celeste at her home in Caldas. Photo: Juan Arredond
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldier
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
her nine-month-old daughter Celeste at her home in Caldas. Photo: Juan Arredondo/New York Times The rebels, known as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, say they do not recruit children. Yet during a recent visit to a FARC camp... Read more
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Canberra Times
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldier"True, we were children waiting for our deaths. But I'm always thinking about r
'I said to myself, yes - they should be killed': Life after being a child soldier
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
"True, we were children waiting for our deaths. But I'm always thinking about returning." The rebels, known as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, say they do not recruit children. Yet during a recent visit to a FARC camp... Read more
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Aljazeera
CIVICUS: Global move to hurt civil society worldwidehold formal peace talks with the National Liberation Army (ELN) group as talks
CIVICUS: Global move to hurt civil society worldwide
Aljazeera / Posted 4 days ago
hold formal peace talks with the National Liberation Army (ELN) group as talks with Colombia's biggest guerrilla group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), continue to make headway. The five-decade-old conflict, which started off as... Read more
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Reuters
Colombia's Santos names new cabinet for peace and post conflictminister to help the nation navigate a post-conflict period once there is an en
Colombia's Santos names new cabinet for peace and post conflict
Reuters / Posted 5 days ago
minister to help the nation navigate a post-conflict period once there is an end to five decades of war with the FARC, or Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. "Colombia today lives in a very special moment, when we are nearing peace, when... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Colombia's cabinet resigns ahead of shufflepress office said. The joint resignations, a routine protocol before a cabinet
Colombia's cabinet resigns ahead of shuffle
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
press office said. The joint resignations, a routine protocol before a cabinet shuffle, comes as the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) enter the final phase of talks that began in late 2012 and are aimed at ending... Read more
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The Star
Colombia's cabinet resigns ahead of shufflepress office said. The joint resignations, a routine protocol before a cabinet
Colombia's cabinet resigns ahead of shuffle
The Star / Posted 9 days ago
press office said. The joint resignations, a routine protocol before a cabinet shuffle, comes as the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) enter the final phase of talks that began in late 2012 and are aimed at ending... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Colombia's City of Women: a haven from violence | Sibylla Brodzinskyviolence. It could prove a model for the future as Colombia prepares to sign a
Colombia's City of Women: a haven from violence | Sibylla Brodzinsky
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 11 days ago
violence. It could prove a model for the future as Colombia prepares to sign a peace deal with leftist rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc), who have been fighting the state for more than 50 years. The idea for the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Colombia to use glyphosate in cocaine fight againa World Health Organisation decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban wa
Colombia to use glyphosate in cocaine fight again
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 12 days ago
a World Health Organisation decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban was heralded by leftists and members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia who have long compared the program to the United States’ use of Agent Orange in... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fearsa World Health Organization decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban wa
Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fears
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
a World Health Organization decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban was heralded by leftists and members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia who have long compared the program to the United States' use of Agent Orange in... Read more
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Salon.com
Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fearsa World Health Organization decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban wa
Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fears
Salon.com / Posted 12 days ago
a World Health Organization decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban was heralded by leftists and members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia who have long compared the program to the United States’ use of Agent Orange in... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fearsa World Health Organization decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban wa
Colombia resumes anti-coca spray dropped over cancer fears
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 12 days ago
a World Health Organization decision to classify it as a carcinogen. The ban was heralded by leftists and members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia who have long compared the program to the United States' use of Agent Orange in... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
After 30 years on the frontline, Colombia looks beyond the failed war on drugsregions of the country under rebel control. La Trinidad lives under the shadow
After 30 years on the frontline, Colombia looks beyond the failed war on drugs
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 days ago
regions of the country under rebel control. La Trinidad lives under the shadow of three different guerrilla groups: the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or Farc, the National Liberation Army, or ELN, and the small and obscure Popular... Read more
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International Business Times
Colombia Farc rebels seek Pope Francis intervention to resolve conflict The leader of Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) has sought Pope Fra
Colombia Farc rebels seek Pope Francis intervention to resolve conflict
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
The leader of Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc) has sought Pope Francis's intervention to resolve the decades-long conflict in the Catholic-dominated country. The guerrilla group says it is close to signing a peace deal with the... Read more
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New Kerala
UN agency urges inclusion of victims of mass displacement in Colombian peace talks - newkerala.com #48668recalling that more than 60 victims had participated in the Havana negotiations
UN agency urges inclusion of victims of mass displacement in Colombian peace talks - newkerala.com #48668
New Kerala / Posted 18 days ago
recalling that more than 60 victims had participated in the Havana negotiations between the Government and the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-Peoples Army). UNHCR believes that a positive outcome to the negotiations will open... Read more
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Breitbart
Terror Task Force Chair: South America’s Drug Cartels Are Looking to Work with Terroristsbefore it expands north. He also hopes this technology can help nations like Co
Terror Task Force Chair: South America’s Drug Cartels Are Looking to Work with Terrorists
Breitbart / Posted 18 days ago
before it expands north. He also hopes this technology can help nations like Colombia, struggling with a resurgence of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a Marxist narco-terror organization and the world’s wealthiest non-jihadist... Read more
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Quartz
Colombia’s “lost city of marijuana”of fluorescent plankton. Colombia’s 50-year civil war devastated this region.
Colombia’s “lost city of marijuana”
Quartz / Posted 23 days ago
of fluorescent plankton. Colombia’s 50-year civil war devastated this region. Fighting between the Colombian army and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) displaced 8,800 people in the municipality of roughly 30,000 inhabitants, and... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Illegal gold mining drives human rights abuses in Latin America, claims studythe US and Switzerland between February and October 2014; the Colombian governm
Illegal gold mining drives human rights abuses in Latin America, claims study
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 24 days ago
the US and Switzerland between February and October 2014; the Colombian government believes that the leftwing rebel group Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia gets 20% of its funding through illegal gold mining. The proliferation of artisanal... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Colombia Travel Warningthe U.S. Embassy has no information regarding specific and credible threats aga
Colombia Travel Warning
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 24 days ago
the U.S. Embassy has no information regarding specific and credible threats against U.S. citizens in Colombia, both the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – People’s Army (FARC) and National Liberation Army (ELN) terrorist groups continue to... Read more
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Breitbart
Terrorism Task Force Chair in South America: ‘Open Season’ for Terror Fundraisersterrorist organizations. Latin America is home to the wealthiest non-jihadist
Terrorism Task Force Chair in South America: ‘Open Season’ for Terror Fundraisers
Breitbart / Posted 26 days ago
terrorist organizations. Latin America is home to the wealthiest non-jihadist terror organization in the world – the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), which Rep. Pittenger described as “without a doubt the largest terrorism... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Colombian in drug, uranium plots gets 12 years in US prisonlater introduced the source to Cruz Trejos, his partner, who indicated he had t
Colombian in drug, uranium plots gets 12 years in US prison
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 days ago
later introduced the source to Cruz Trejos, his partner, who indicated he had ties to the Colombian paramilitary groups Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and National Liberation Army (ELN), prosecutors said. In meetings, Cruz Trejos... Read more
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Rappler
Colombians protest peace process with FARC rebelshe led the opposition march. Police said there was no trouble. Despite domest
Colombians protest peace process with FARC rebels
Rappler / Posted 28 days ago
he led the opposition march. Police said there was no trouble. Despite domestic opposition, the peace talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) appear to be reaching a successful conclusion after more than three years of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Soldier lost in the jungle for 23 days ate raw TORTOISE to surviveMarch 5 during a military control on the area, which is notoriously rife with a
Soldier lost in the jungle for 23 days ate raw TORTOISE to survive
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
March 5 during a military control on the area, which is notoriously rife with armed groups, including the guerrillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). This is the moment soldier Yefer Orlando Sanchez Fonseca was found 'safe and... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Hacker claims he helped Enrique Peña Nieto win Mexican presidential electionhe tried to help rightwing opposition candidate Óscar Iván Zuluaga who opposed
Hacker claims he helped Enrique Peña Nieto win Mexican presidential election
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 30 days ago
he tried to help rightwing opposition candidate Óscar Iván Zuluaga who opposed peace talks with the leftwing rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc). After several attempts on his life, he reportedly choose to go public with his... Read more
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Radio Angulo
Cuba Welcomes Colombian Government-ELN AgreementLiberation Army, as it had done in the peace process in Havana between represen
Cuba Welcomes Colombian Government-ELN Agreement
Radio Angulo / Posted a month ago
Liberation Army, as it had done in the peace process in Havana between representatives of the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army (FARC-EP), seeking the end of the conflict and the construction of a... Read more
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The Spectator
Featuresspecific parts of the country. Furthermore, Colombia is undergoing a peace proc
Features
The Spectator / Posted a month ago
specific parts of the country. Furthermore, Colombia is undergoing a peace process between the main guerrilla group—the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the government. After the agreement is signed, the FARC will put down their... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Colombia to hold peace talks with 2nd-largest rebel groupgovernment has been negotiating for three years in Havana with the largest Colo
Colombia to hold peace talks with 2nd-largest rebel group
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted a month ago
government has been negotiating for three years in Havana with the largest Colombian rebel group, the far-stronger Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. [Article continues below] Santos emphasized that some important points... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Missing soldier survived by drinking urine & eating tortoise found after 23 days5 during a military control on the area. The region is notoriously rife with a
Missing soldier survived by drinking urine & eating tortoise found after 23 days
Daily Mirror / Posted a month ago
5 during a military control on the area. The region is notoriously rife with armed groups, including the guerrillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. As the footage shows, the 26-year-old was quickly fed and given water by his... Read more

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