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.
Pressure on former President Alvaro Uribe increased to unprecedented levels after the prosecution asked the Supreme Court to open a criminal investigation into the former head of state’s alleged complicity in a 1997 Full Article »
Colombia’s prosecutor general on Tuesday invoked a political storm after stating former President Alvaro Uribe could be called to appear at the post-war tribunal over ongoing accusations he colluded with paramilitary death Full Article »
Colombia’s former president Alvaro Uribe could end up appearing before a post-conflict transitional justice tribunal and even in prison over allegations he helped found paramilitary groups while governor, according to Full Article »
A meeting between Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos and his Venezuelan counter part Nicolas Maduro over a border conflict left the humanitarian crisis in the region unattended, Colombia’s conservative opposition decried Full Article »
Colombia’s prosecution office wants the former campaign manager of the main opposition candidate in the 2014 elections to await his spy trial in jail.
Colombia’s opposition leader Alvaro Uribe met with top government officials in two meetings facilitated by the United States to discuss the progress of ongoing peace talks with guerrilla group FARC.
The United States’ embassy in Bogota warned former State Secretary Hillary Clinton ahead of a 2010 visit to Colombia to “avoid effusive praise for President Alvaro Uribe” because of the latter’s Full Article »
Former US President Bill Clinton and the country’s special envoy to Colombia’s peace talks reportedly asked former president Alvaro Uribe to stop resisting a possible peace with rebel group FARC.
Colombia’s defense minister announced that the military will investigate the leaking of audio and video material that led to speculation about the possible shooting down of a helicopter.
The former Press Secretary of the past Alvaro Uribe administrations has been charged with conspiracy over his alleged role in the spying on Colombia’s Supreme Court.
Colombia’s rebel group FARC on Sunday praised President Juan Manuel Santos’ move to suspend air strikes on guerrilla targets in an attempt to deescalate the ongoing armed conflict. The conservative opposition in Full Article »