Profile of a former CIA agent who served as head of security for Drummond, a U.S. coal company accused of working with paramilitaries.
An investigation of a Duque government policy to transfer some unclaimed lands to large-scale agribusinesses, which contravenes the peace accord’s “rural reform” principles.
Profiles of some former AUC paramilitary leaders and the crimes they still need to clarify or confess.
A history of how deeply ingrained the practice of kidnapping was for the FARC during the conflict.
A narrative of how illegal timber traders corrupted security, judicial, and other government officials in Santander.
Social leaders are also under attack in the poor and working-class neighborhoods of Bogotá.
Poor maintenance to a victims’ memorial in Antioquia is emblematic of how Colombia’s historical memory initiatives are “floundering.”
A blow-by-blow account of the massacre that took the lives of 5 young people in a poor Cali neighborhood on August 11.
Explains how communities have used a mechanism in Colombian law to defend against aggressive forced coca eradication and a return to aerial herbicide spraying.
The security situation worsens in the Bajo Cauca region of northeastern Antioquia, a coca and cocaine-producing region with presence of two paramilitary groups, FARC dissidents, and ELN.
Recently declassified U.S. government documents from the 1990s attest to the Colombian military’s low morale and collaboration with paramilitary groups.
An investigation points to evidence that an Italian volunteer with the UN Verification Mission may have been murdered for reporting on a military bombardment that killed several child recruits.