FARC leader Ivan Marquez has threatened Bogota with renewing the group’s five-decade-long armed struggle against the government. Here’s what experts think about his threat.
Colombia's ex-FARC commander says he will take up arms again with other guerillas who have distanced themselves from the 2016 peace deal with the government.
Seusis Hernandez, known by his nom de guerre Jesus Santrich, was arrested for conspiring to export 10 tonnes of cocaine, worth $320 million, to the US.
Recent opinion polls show just two percent support for the party, with many Colombians angry at the FARC, infamous for kidnappings, bombings and displacements, and believing its members should be in prison, not campaigning.
A historic peace deal between the government and Colombia's Revolutionary Armed Forces, or FARC, has brought the western hemisphere's longest conflict to an end.
The new deal does not modify a controversial part of the previous accord that gives the FARC 10 congressional seats through 2026.
The peace accord will need to be approved by Colombians in a referendum set for October 2
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