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OEA Misión de Apoyo al Proceso de Paz en Colombia - OAS Mission to Support the Peace Process in Colombia (Other)
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Days after election, future of Colombia’s war crimes tribunal already uncertain (20.06.2018)

Colombia’s election are barely over and the future of the country’s war crimes tribunal that seeks to provide justice for millions of victims is already uncertain. At the request of President-elect Ivan Duque, an outspoken opponent of a peace process with demobilized FARC guerrillas, Congress...

Clock is ticking for ceasefire with Colombia’s ELN rebels (13.06.2018)

Chances that the ELN, Colombia’s last-standing guerrilla group, will cease fire in support of peace talks are decreasing by the day. Gustavo Bell, the former vice-president who has been negotiating peace with the rebel group, told press on Tuesday that his team is doing everything it can to agree...

Colombian election throws future of peace deal into doubt (06.06.2018)

Billed as the first peacetime Colombian election in more than half a century, the presidential run-off on 17 June has become a referendum on peace itself, or at least on whether the sluggishly implemented 2016 accords that officially ended 52 years of conflict between the state and Revolutionary...

NATO can benefit from Columbia’s expertise in Afghan peace (01.06.2018)

NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said the alliance can benefit from Columbia’s expertise in the Afghan peace process as the Latin American country became a new ally to the organization.

In Colombia, far-right and hard-left candidates will vie for presidency (27.05.2018)

Iván Duque, 41, a conservative former senator, won about 39 percent of the vote, election officials said Sunday night. Gustavo Petro, 58, a former leftist rebel who rose to become mayor of Bogotá, the capital, won about 25 percent.

EU beefs up Colombia election monitoring commission amid growing fraud scandal (22.05.2018)

The announcement came after leftist candidate Gustavo Petro clashed with the administration of President Juan Manuel Santos over a growing scandal over widespread fraud that allegedly altered “between 10% and 20%” of the outcome of legislative elections in March.

New Colombia Truth Commission to focus on society's 'most fragile' (16.05.2018)

The head of a new commission formed to expose the truth behind human rights abuses committed during Colombia's long civil war has said it will focus on society's "most fragile" and look at why sexual violence against women was so prominent.

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