Tag "Colombian Peace Process"

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Back to Colombia

The trip to Cartagena had no complications. The flight from Sarpa picked us up at Jose Marti airport in Havana, where we were accompanied by officials from the Foreign Ministry of Cuba

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Gabriel Angel remembers the 53rd anniversary of the FARC-EP

Of the 53 years of the FARC-EP, I spent the last thirty in their ranks. I arrived in 1987

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29 deputies of the HDP condemn the recent killings of FARC members

In the midst of the implementation of the peace agreement between the FARC and the Colombian government two FARC members and six of their relatives have been killed

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British deputies condemn attacks against FARC and their families

The Parliamentary Friends of Colombia, representing more than 80 members of the UK parliament, condemns in the strongest possible terms the recent killings of FARC members and their relatives in Colombia

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Special Jurisdiction for Peace Approved by Colombian Senate

Although reaching the quorum was difficult at the beginning of the session, finally the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) was approved with 61 votes in favor and two against.

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Global Rights Magazine. THE CHALLENGES OF PEACE IN COLOMBIA

This new issue of Global Rights Magazine is entirely dedicated to Colombia, a country beginning the slow and difficult road of the implementation of the agreements reached in Havana

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French Ambassador visited FARC-EP guerrillas in Cauca

The French Ambassador to Colombia Jean-Marc Laforêt visited the FARC-EP at one of the pre-grouping zones

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Colombia. El desafio de la paz

El nuevo número de la revista Global Rights dedicada al proceso de paz en Colombia

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Colombia New Final Peace Agreement signed in Bogota

In a different scenario from the previous ceremony (on 26 September) today in the Colon Theatre of Bogota

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Colombia. Peace is here to stay

The FARC-EP reaffirm, before Colombia and the world, that its guerrilla Fronts nationwide will remain in Final and Bilateral Ceasefire, as a necessary measure of relief to victims of the conflict, and as a sign of respect for the agreed with the National Government

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