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UN Verification Mission in Colombia

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Colombia’s FARC members massively deserting reintegration process and rearming (14.11.2018)

Some 6,500 former guerrillas of the FARC have abandoned their reintegration camps and approximately 2,000 have rearmed, according to a source close to Colombia’s peace process. Only 1,500 former FARC guerrillas of the 8,000 registered to be living in reintegration camps by United Nations peace...

Peacetime spells death for Colombia’s activists (13.10.2018)

After signing a peace deal with its largest rebel group, the FARC, the country saw its homicide rate fall to the lowest point in decades. Now killings are on the rise.

Colombia urges rebels who left reintegration area to return (10.10.2018)

Colombia's foreign minister on Wednesday urged leaders of the rebel group that signed a peace agreement with the government and left camps for ex-guerrillas to return "and not get lost, once again, on the path of violence and illegality.''

Reintegrating former rebels into civilian life a ‘serious concern’: UN Mission chief (10.10.2018)

[…] Jean Arnault warned members of the Security Council that the vast majority of those being reintegrated still have no clear economic prospects or livelihoods, once the monthly sum they currently receive as part of the peace process, comes to an end next August. The Colombian National Council for...

Colombia’s ELN rebels urge Duque to honor made agreements (25.09.2018)

Colombia’s ELN rebels rejected President Ivan Duque‘s demand on Monday to end all illegal activity and challenged his credibility for allegedly failing to respect made agreements. The country’s last-standing guerrilla group released an editorial on its website in which it fiercely rejected the...

Colombia cocaine output soars to Clinton-era peaks (19.09.2018)

Colombia’s cocaine production has never been higher, surpassing levels seen before U.S. President Bill Clinton launched the Plan Colombia counter-narcotics program. The amount of land planted with coca shrubs rose 17 percent to 171,000 hectares last year, enough raw material to produce 1,379 tons...