The newspaper obtains 24,000 audios from the Fiscalía that shed harsh new light on the drug trafficking case against a former FARC negotiator.
An interview with Andrés García Trujillo, a member of the government negotiating team in Havana, whose new book takes the Santos administration to task for insufficient implementation of the accord.
A narrative of the Havana peace process with the FARC, focusing on how negotiators dealt with key questions.
A narrative of the period of informal talks that led to the 2012 launch of formal peace negotiations between Colombia’s government and the FARC.
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.
An overview of the case against former president Álvaro Uribe and what it says about the power of the right in Colombian politics.
As Iván Duque hits the midpoint of his presidential term, an overview of Colombia’s political and economic reality.
About the Truth Commission’s often difficult relations with Colombia’s business sector, military, and political right.
An investigation into social media campaigns, relying heavily on bots, aimed at discrediting the post-conflict transitional justice system.
An investigation of what COVID-19 might mean for the balance between armed and criminal groups; the humanitarian situation; migration and borders; social protest; the security forces; and implementation of the peace accord.
“The half-hearted implementation of the peace agreement and the persistence of violence suggest a grim outlook.”
CERAC, a Bogotá-based think-tank with an extensive database of conflict information, finds a 33 percent reduction in political killings from 2018 to 2019, despite an increase in threats.
Semana looks at internal divisions, defections, and disagreements in the FARC political party.