ANNO XIV Novembre 2020.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

Latin America UK (174)

The Colombian government is to start formal peace talks with the ELN – or National Liberation Army – the country’s second largest rebel group.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is to donate his Nobel Peace Prize money to the victims of his country’s war with FARC rebels.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has dedicated his 2016 Nobel Peace Prize to the victims of, and those who have lived through, the 52-year conflict with FARC rebels.
The Colombian President and his opposition rival have held talks in a bid to resolve their differences over a peace deal with the country’s Marxist FARC rebels.
Bogotà (Colombia) - In Colombia, the ceasefire with FARC rebels has been extended until the end of this month, President Juan Manuel Santos has said. The move follows Sunday’s referendum result, which saw the country narrowly reject a peace agreement…
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos has announced there is to be a new round of talks with FARC rebels as all sides scramble to salvage the peace deal rejected by voters on Sunday.
Work will begin in earnest on Monday to revive a peace plan to end the 52-year conflict between the Colombian government and the country’s Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (“FARC”) guerrillas.
Colombians are going to the polls on Sunday to decide whether to ratify a peace deal that would bring an end to Latin America’s longest running armed conflict.
Bogotà (Colombia) - In the week before Colombia holds a referendum on whether to accept a peace deal to end over fifty years of civil war, commanders of the main rebel group, the FARC, have been asking their victims to…

Utenti Online

Abbiamo 1086 visitatori e nessun utente online