MEDELLIN, Colombia, July 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - For the past seven years, Luz Elena Galeano has been searching
“At 15 years of age, I had to live the most tumultuous Medellín in history. A very difficult Medellín: filled with bombs
The UNHCR has released a report in which it concludes that, between 2008 and 2011, around 250,000 teachers and students have been displaced by neo-paramilitary death squads.
Before dinner started, President Santos pulled me aside, and in a hushed but excited tone, told me that he was "95 percent sure" that his military forces had a few hours earlier killed Alfonso Cano, the leader of FARC and Colombia's most wanted terrorist.
Life in Colombia is a marriage of heaven and hell that creeps up on you before you know it.
A pile of stones lies in the center of the village of San Jose de Apartado. Each time a community member is murdered, their
The Colombian government says that all paramilitary groups in the country were demobilized between 2003 and 2006, and that