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Wikileaks: US Attempted Dialogue with FARC

Spanish newspaper El Pais published five U.S. government cables describing a series of meetings between top government officials, including President Alvaro Uribe,...
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FARC Announce Possible Release of Five Hostages

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) said Wednesday that they may free five hostages, including three members of the security forces and two...
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FARC Attacks Aim to Divert Attention from Southeast

The increase in attacks committed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) is a strategic attempt by the guerrillas to ease recent pressure put on them...
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1 Killed in FARC Bus Bombing

One person died and 10 more were injured when a bus-bomb exploded in front of a police station in a rural area close to southern Colombia city of...
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Leaked Cable Says Cuba Supports FARC and ELN

According to a recent diplomatic cable sent by the United States Interest Section, the U.S. government has "reliable reporting indicating the presence of the...
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Dramatic Rise in Police Deaths in Colombia

According to Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos, 240 police have been killed in the line of duty so far this...
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Colombian Govt Can’t Confirm Death of FARC Leader

Colombian authorities still cannot confirm that Pablo Benito Cabrera, alias "Fabian Ramírez," a top commander of the FARC, died when the Colombian Air Force bombed...
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FARC Escalate Attacks In Southern Colombia

At least twelve police officers and soldiers have been killed since Tuesday in attacks by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colomba (FARC). The guerrillas may be...
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Colombian Police Capture Rastrojos Leader with FARC Ties

Colombian National Police on Monday captured Rastrojos leader Hector Eudoro Rivera Erazo, alias "Caballo," in the town of Soacha, just outside of...