Colombia’s hard-line former President Alvaro Uribe publicly asked the United States on Sunday to reconsider its support for a pending peace deal with the FARC, and continue prosecuting and imprisoning guerrilla drug Full Article »
Colombia’s Prosecutor General Office has released evidence that would show how the country’s conservative opposition in 2014 used illegal wiretapping and bribery to sabotage ongoing peace talks with leftist FARC rebels.
Colombia’s public prosecution asked the country’s Supreme Court to investigate former President Alvaro Uribe for the violent death of his former chief of staff in 2006.
The former press secretary and judicial adviser of former Colombia President Alvaro Uribe have been charged over the illegal wiretapping of the Supreme Court, politicians, journalists and human right workers carried out Full Article »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos asked his predecessors to join him and his US counterpart Barack Obama at the White House commemoration of 15 years Plan Colombia.
Weeks after the Colombian government and FARC rebels announced a “historic” deal on transitional justice, negotiators are still working on major issues, reportedly including a judicial exemption for former heads of state.
Colombia’s Supreme Court will move forward with investigations into the October 1997 massacre of El Aro — a paramilitary killing spree that appears strongly tied to the governorship of former president Alvaro Uribe.
Former President Alvaro Uribe said Sunday that one of his party’s leaders has been assassinated. The police, however, denied the victim had anything to do with politics.
In a surprising move, Colombia’s hard-line former president Alvaro Uribe said Tuesday said he agreed with leftist FARC rebels that an eventual peace deal with the government should be ratified by a constituent assembly.
Colombia’s conservative inspector general on Monday ignited another scandal when announcing a disciplinary investigation into one of the most prolific leftist opposition senators.
A Medellin court added a new stack to a mounting pile of allegations against former President Alvaro Uribe, who is under preliminary investigation by the Supreme Court for his alleged ties to Full Article »
The chairman of the Colombian Senate’s Peace Commission has infuriated the conservative opposition stating that loyalists of former President Alvaro Uribe are “the new terrorists.”
Former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe is facing a preliminary investigation over accusations that he was complicit in a 1997 massacre, the Supreme Court announced on Wednesday.