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Money Laundering Threatens Colombia’s Elections

Colombia's government warned that drug traffickers may launch fake campaigns in the October local elections in order to launder their profits, Caracol...
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Fake Dollar Haul: Colombia’s Other Illegal Export

The discovery of a forgery operation in Cali with the capacity to produce up to three million fake dollars a week draws attention to the scale of Colombia's...
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Can the FARC Still Train Their Soldiers?

At the peak of their strength in 2002, Colombia's strongest leftist rebel group was capable of taking over entire towns, or killing dozens of soldiers in carefully...
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Chiquita Faces Fresh Lawsuits Over Colombia Killings

Chiquita Brands is being sued over 931 murders allegedly carried out by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia -...
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Emerald Czar a Test for Colombian Justice

New evidence has emerged linking Colombian “emerald czar” Victor Carranza to paramilitary groups, but it is unlikely to be sufficient to convict this linchpin of...
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RawFeed: Child Prostitution in Cartagena

With an estimated 35,000 sexually exploited minors in Colombia, child prostitution is a widespread and lucrative industry. And, as symbolized by the sentencing last...
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Closing in on FARC Commander

Colombia's defense minister stated that the rebel supreme leader will fall soon, after his security chief was killed by the army. The death of Arquimides Muñoz,...
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Israelis Trained Colombia to Hunt Rebel Leaders

The weekly news magazine, Semana, reported this weekend on the role of the Israelis in training Colombia’s military, particularly in the targeting of senior...
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Report Chronicles Colombian BACRIMs’ Spread

The Insititute of Studies for Development and Peace (Instituto de Estudios Para el Desarrollo y la Paz – INDEPAZ) released its latest report on the Colombian...