martes, julio 16, 2019

Colombia loses letter requesting US evidence against FARC leader

Colombia’s government lost the letter in which the country’s war crimes tribunal requested the United States Department of Justice to surrender evidence of alleged drug trafficking by a demobilized FARC leader. The...

Venezuela confirms death of detained officer, his wife says he was tortured

Venezuela’s defence ministry on Sunday confirmed the death of a military officer who opposition leaders and family members said was tortured in custody after his detention over alleged involvement in a...

Macron will raise the minimum wage 100 euros to deactivate the protest of the...

Source: El PeriódicoIn his first message to the nation since the outbreak of the revolt the French president admits his responsibility in the lack of answersEmmanuel Macron played a lot. It...

Colombia begins search for 126,000 missing persons with $15 million deficit

More than two years into a peace process, Colombia’s transitional justice system is finally set to begin its search for 80,000 people who disappeared during the armed conflict. But with a...

Colombia “disturbingly violent”: Norwegian Refugee Council

The first few weeks of 2019 have been “disturbingly violent” in Colombia, according to the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) that has been involved in the country’s peace process. The Norwegian aid agency...

Macron subirá el salario mínimo 100 euros para desactivar la protesta de los chalecos...

Fuente: El Periódico En su primer mensaje a la nación desde el estallido de la revuelta el presidente francés admite su responsabilidad en la falta de respuestas Era mucho lo que se jugaba Emmanuel...

Businessman linking Uribe to death squad released from jail despite admitting to drug trafficking

A notoriously violent neighbor and former business partner of Colombia’s former President Alvaro Uribe has been released from jail despite admitting to drug trafficking charges, local media reported Wednesday. Santiago Gallon was...

Days after Duque urged to spray his own people, US jury rules glyphosate is...

President Ivan Duque and the administration of US President Donald Trump suffered a major setback in their attempt to regain permission to spray glyphosate on Colombian coca fields, when a US...

Portada del periódico ABC del día 1/12/2018

Fuente: ABC Portada del periódico ABC del día 1/12/2018 La entrada Portada del periódico ABC del día 1/12/2018 se publicó primero en News Europa. Fuente

Colombia’s congress investigated over possible attempts to illegally frustrate war crimes probes

Colombia’s constitutional court is investigating suspected attempts in Congress to illegally block the approval of a war crimes tribunal. The investigation relates to the statutory law regulating the powers of the Special Jurisdiction...