Rappler's latest stories on Colombia peace deal
In his inaugural address, President Ivan Duque says he will take steps to fix 'structural flaws' in the deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
The members include sociologists, journalists, doctors, economists, attorneys and clerics. The commission is headed by a Jesuit priest, Francisco de Roux, known for his human rights work.
Defense Minister Luis Carlos Villegas says 20 members of the security forces have already been freed and that judges have a list of 900 more set for release under the peace deal s framework
The measure described as a first step toward consolidating peace by Colombia s President grants special legal treatment amnesty and pardon to FARC members
After pushing a revised peace deal with the FARC rebel group through Congress Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos gets down to a far bigger challenge: implementing it
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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos recipient of the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize is a wealthy businessman who staked his political legacy on making peace with the FARC rebels
UPDATED The 2016 Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos for his efforts in the Colombian peace process the Norwegian Nobel Committee announces
They traveled unarmed and in civilian clothing says a source from the International Committee of the Red Cross
Both sides scramble to find a solution to the half century conflict after voters rejected a peace deal
Commentators compare the result s effect to June s surprise Brexit vote for Britain to leave the European Union
UPDATED Reversing the trend of earlier opinion polls voters appear to have narrowly defied the government s pleas to ratify its plan to put 52 years of bloody conflict behind them within months
3rd UPDATE Citizens are voting on the question: Do you support the final accord to end the conflict and to build a stable and lasting peace?
FARC delegates have unanimously ratified the deal Friday September 23 at a national conference in El Diamante a remote and sweltering site deep in the rebels traditional stronghold in southeastern Colombia