BOGOTÁ, Colombia—The U.S. and Colombia, longtime allies in the war on drugs, clashed after President Donald Trump warned he was considering removing Colombia from Washington’s list of drug-fighting partners because of a surge in the coca crop. American officials, who say more than 90% of the cocaine in the U.S. originates in Colombia, have become increasingly critical since a record harvest last year, with the crop covering more acreage than in 2001.
NEIVA, Colombia—Edna Rocio Pinto said she was just 10 years old when combatants from the FARC rebel group grabbed her as she was fetching water near her family farm and raped her. The family soon after fled their land. Eighteen years later, Ms. Pinto says she is conflicted as she watches the FARC transform into a political party as part of a peace deal that ended a half-century guerrilla war. She wants justice, she says, but also...
BOGOTÁ—Colombia’s FARC rebel group recast itself as a political party on Friday, pledging to fight for power at the ballot box and ditch a half-century legacy of war against the state. After a five-day political convention here in the capital, a group that once deployed 20,000 armed fighters across a vast countryside said it would present candidates for congressional elections in March. The FARC—whose new logo is a red...
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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