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US ‘holds key’ to peace in Colombia

Washington's envoy will have to straddle a tightrope in the delicate process to end civil war.

FARC accused of kidnapping Colombian general

FARC, Latin America's largest rebel group, is accused of kidnapping an army general over the weekend resulting in the suspension of peace talks.

Farc rebels accused of killing, kidnapping despite peace talks

Colombia's Farc rebels have kidnapped three oil workers and killed four soldiers in the nation's south, says military sources.

Colombia’s Farc rebels kill four military hostages

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia rebels executed four members of the military during a botched mission to free them after a decade as hostages.

Colombians cheer killing of guerrilla kingpin

Colombians rejoiced at the killing of Farc rebel leader Alfonso Cano and hoped the blow against the insurgency could herald an end to decades of war.

Suspected Colombian rebels kidnap 23 oil workers

Suspected Farc guerrillas have captured 23 Colombian oil contractors carrying out exploration work for Canada's Talisman Energy.

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