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Almost half of Colombia's animal species can be found in the Caqueta province, in which the southern half of the park lies. Apart from the extention, Santos also vowed to add another $525 million to the country's conservation budget to “protect and defend our environment.” Colombia's Amazon rainforest ...
“The substitution program affects the income of illegal groups,” said Pardo. According to Caracol Radio, coca cultivation in 2017 went up in Argelia and El Tambo, two municipalities in Cauca. The United Nations was forced to shut down verification of progress in the southern Caqueta province last week ...

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said in a statement that armed men forced the UN officials to abandon their cars in the west of the Caqueta province. The six officials were abandoned in the rural region after the assailants took their GPS equipment, cellphones and two cars.
Colombia's leading newspaper reported on a FARC transition camp where former combatants successfully constructed the country's first legal socialist commune. The reintegration of FARC fighters is currently being monitored by the United Nations, which has already criticized the government for failures.
Forests in the province of Caqueta, Colombia on June 7, 2017. | Photo: REUTERS. Previous; Next. Published 18 August 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to Pinterest Share to Email. Increases text size - Decreases text size.

According to the United Nations, former child soldiers of the FARC were sent home by the now-demobilized guerrillas before a peace process that began in December 2016. The UN, which monitors the process, said that it received reports from the Meta, Caqueta and Cauca provinces that said ... soldiers
... website Portafolio talked to tourism officials in three department where a reduction in armed conflict has allowed both victims and former guerrillas to embark on tourism initiatives. This hasn't been easy, according to biologist Fernando Hoyos, who is helping communities in the southern Caqueta province ... soldiers
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said in a statement that armed men forced the UN officials to abandon their cars in the west of the Caqueta province. The six officials were abandoned in the rural region after the assailants took their GPS equipment, cellphones and two cars. soldiers
Colombia's leading newspaper reported on a FARC transition camp where former combatants successfully constructed the country's first legal socialist commune. The reintegration of FARC fighters is currently being monitored by the United Nations, which has already criticized the government for failures. soldiers
Women will make up more than half of all judges in Colombia's war tribunals, a historic move that gives women an equal say in building peace after half a century of war. Under a peace deal signed last year between the government and rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), war ... soldiers
A new cocaine-producing hot spot is taking root in Peru near its border with Colombia and Brazil, and local authorities worry that dissident FARC guerillas may join forces with drug traffickers there, Peru's defense minister said Thursday. Coca growing and cocaine production is expanding in the triple border ... soldiers
A FARC fighter participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia. | Photo: Reuters. Previous; Next. Published 1 August 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to Pinterest Share ... soldiers
A fighter of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, April 29, 2000. Credit: ... The weapons hand-over will be celebrated in a ceremony in Mesetas, in Meta province, on Tuesday. soldiers
In a heavily armed military helicopter Helgesen and two Colombian ministers flew into the rainforest of Caqueta province, a couple of hours flight from the capital Bogota. There prominent FARC leaders and hundreds of ex-soldiers are gathered to lay down their weapons after more than 50 years of bloody ... soldiers
Last fall Colombia was being called “the Brexit of the Americas.” That's because, in stunning Brexit fashion, voters there had just rejected a peace agreement to end the country's half-century-long civil war. Most Colombians felt the accord was too lenient toward the Marxist guerrillas known as the FARC. soldiers
“The substitution program affects the income of illegal groups,” said Pardo. According to Caracol Radio, coca cultivation in 2017 went up in Argelia and El Tambo, two municipalities in Cauca. The United Nations was forced to shut down verification of progress in the southern Caqueta province last week ... soldiers

For example, in the southern Caqueta province where FARC dissidents have taken over territorial control from their former guerrilla bosses not ... soldiers
... play soccer in los Robles, in the mountains of the province of El Cauca. ... has one viable stadium, in the southern jungle region of Caqueta. soldiers
A FARC fighter participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia. | Photo: ... soldiers
The Teofilo Forero column was one of the FARC's most feared fighter units that was mainly active in Caqueta, a province in the south of ... soldiers
... (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, April 29, 2000. soldiers
... Forces of Colombia (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, ... soldiers
The leader of Colombia's Marxist FARC rebel group said on Thursday all the group's weapons will be handed over to the United Nations by ... soldiers
Last fall Colombia was being called “the Brexit of the Americas.” That's because, in stunning Brexit fashion, voters there had just rejected a ... soldiers
Colombian voters' narrow rejection this week of a peace agreement to end the country's six-decade conflict with the FARC rebel group has ... soldiers
... (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, April 29, 2000. soldiers
Colombia's current peace process is facing numerous challenges. In a country that has suffered the worst impacts of the international drug war, one main dilemma is this: what to do with rural regions which have specialised in producing coca leaf, the ... soldiers
"Mojoso," the first commander of the FARC's dissident 14th Front in the southern Caqueta province, was kicked out of the FARC days after the guerrilla group signed peace with the administration of President Juan Manuel Santos. soldiers
Coca crops began to be planted in Tumaco and its surrounding municipality, which encompasses an area around the size of the US state of Rhode Island, in the late 1990s due to pressure on drug traffickers in Meta, Caqueta and Putumayo provinces. soldiers
Over the past few months men armed with machetes and chainsaws have moved into the Caqueta province in particular and begun slashing down vast swathes of the Amazon rain forest, according to research conducted by the magazine who suggest that ... soldiers
The last 300 FARC fighters arrived Saturday at a rebel camp in neighboring Caqueta province, completing a weekslong mobilization that saw some 6,900 guerrillas travel by foot, bus and boat from jungle camps across Colombia. soldiers
... end more than five decades of armed conflict. The Monitoring and Verification Mechanism overseeing the peace process said the final 300 Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia fighters arrived on Saturday at a zone in Caqueta province. advertisement ... soldiers
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) - Officials say roughly 6,900 members Colombia's largest rebel group have arrived in special transition zones to begin disarming, completing a key step in a revised peace deal that seeks to end more than five decades of armed ... soldiers
The M onitoring and Verification Mechanism overseeing the peace process said the final 300 Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia fighters arrived on Saturday at a zone in Caqueta province. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email. Go To. Comments. soldiers
A statement issued Saturday by the peace process' Monitoring and Verification Mechanism said the final 300 Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia fighters had arrived at a zone in Caqueta province. Thousands of combatants, traveling from their jungle ... soldiers
The delegates of the government, the FARC and the United Nations said the guerrillas violated the ceasefire on January 10 in the southern Caqueta department when members of the group opened fire at dissident member "Mojoso. ... guerrilla group "was non ... soldiers
According to Caracol Radio, an armed group of 30 dissidents from the 14th front under the leadership of "Mojoso" attacked the Teofilo Forero unit of the FARC in the southern Caqueta province. Local eyewitnesses reportedly said there were two fatalities ... soldiers
Of the alleged guerrilla crimes that will remain unsolved there were 3,822 in the Antioquia province, 2,941 in Meta, 1,190 in Caqueta, 811 in Valle del Cauca, 684 in the capital Bogota, 600 in Cauca, 562 in Tolima, 520 in Choco, 513 in Putumayo, 265 in ... soldiers
A man on a horse jumps over a bonfire in the Spanish central village of San Bartolome de Pinares in the province of Avila, Castile and Leon, during the opening of the traditional religious festival "Luminarias" in honor of San Antonio Abad (Saint ... soldiers
As a peace deal to end Latin America's longest-running conflict neared completion, young men and women in La Gloria, in Caqueta province, took matters into their own hands to reconcile the disparate factions in their own community of displaced people ... soldiers
The Colombian army said in a statement that the fatalities occurred in the country's northern Bolivar Province on Wednesday when the rebels left their designated zones with weapons and were targeted by military forces. soldiers
Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) take up positions in trenches around a heavily-fortified rebel camp in the southern Caqueta province, December 1998. Nearly 40 percent of FARC fighters were women. REUTERS/Jose Gomez. soldiers
People displaced from years of internal conflict in Colombia's provinces set up a makeshift camp in a city park in downtown Bogota in March, 2009. soldiers
(The Episcopal Diocese of Colombia is one of seven dioceses that make up the Episcopal Church's ninth province, which covers Central and South America and the Caribbean. soldiers
"We have to be involved in the economy," FARC commander Mauricio Jaramillo told Reuters in the jungle outpost of El Diamante, southern Caqueta province. "We have to push an assured and positive development so we don't head down the wrong path," he ... soldiers
Veterans of Colombia's FARC guerrilla army could soon be making a living as eco-tourism guides, beef processors or cheese makers under plans by the Marxist group to invest in economic projects once a peace deal takes hold. soldiers
The province of Caqueta, where Puerto Rico is located, has long been a FARC stronghold. Marquez, the chief rebel negotiator, was born in Caqueta. Two of his comrades on the seven-member secretariat, the group's top decision-making body, have deep ... soldiers
The desire for peace is palpable among the insurgents at the encampment in the Llanos del Yari, a largely empty savannah that separates the provinces of Meta and Caqueta. The pact was initialed last month in Havana, the venue for the negotiations that ... soldiers
A veterinary from Saving the Survivors and RHINO911 crew attend to a previously wounded Rhino during an operation of RHINO911 Non Governamental Organization at the Pilanesberg National Park in the North West province, South Africa. PHOTO: ... soldiers
Almost half of Colombia's animal species can be found in the Caqueta province, in which the southern half of the park lies. Apart from the extention, Santos also vowed to add another $525 million to the country's conservation budget to “protect and defend our environment.” Colombia's Amazon rainforest ...
“The substitution program affects the income of illegal groups,” said Pardo. According to Caracol Radio, coca cultivation in 2017 went up in Argelia and El Tambo, two municipalities in Cauca. The United Nations was forced to shut down verification of progress in the southern Caqueta province last week ...

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said in a statement that armed men forced the UN officials to abandon their cars in the west of the Caqueta province. The six officials were abandoned in the rural region after the assailants took their GPS equipment, cellphones and two cars.
Colombia's leading newspaper reported on a FARC transition camp where former combatants successfully constructed the country's first legal socialist commune. The reintegration of FARC fighters is currently being monitored by the United Nations, which has already criticized the government for failures.
Forests in the province of Caqueta, Colombia on June 7, 2017. | Photo: REUTERS. Previous; Next. Published 18 August 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to Pinterest Share to Email. Increases text size - Decreases text size.

According to the United Nations, former child soldiers of the FARC were sent home by the now-demobilized guerrillas before a peace process that began in December 2016. The UN, which monitors the process, said that it received reports from the Meta, Caqueta and Cauca provinces that said ... soldiers
... website Portafolio talked to tourism officials in three department where a reduction in armed conflict has allowed both victims and former guerrillas to embark on tourism initiatives. This hasn't been easy, according to biologist Fernando Hoyos, who is helping communities in the southern Caqueta province ... soldiers
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) said in a statement that armed men forced the UN officials to abandon their cars in the west of the Caqueta province. The six officials were abandoned in the rural region after the assailants took their GPS equipment, cellphones and two cars. soldiers
Colombia's leading newspaper reported on a FARC transition camp where former combatants successfully constructed the country's first legal socialist commune. The reintegration of FARC fighters is currently being monitored by the United Nations, which has already criticized the government for failures. soldiers
Women will make up more than half of all judges in Colombia's war tribunals, a historic move that gives women an equal say in building peace after half a century of war. Under a peace deal signed last year between the government and rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), war ... soldiers
A new cocaine-producing hot spot is taking root in Peru near its border with Colombia and Brazil, and local authorities worry that dissident FARC guerillas may join forces with drug traffickers there, Peru's defense minister said Thursday. Coca growing and cocaine production is expanding in the triple border ... soldiers
A FARC fighter participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia. | Photo: Reuters. Previous; Next. Published 1 August 2017. 0. Comments. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Gmail Share to Google+ Share to Pinterest Share ... soldiers
A fighter of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, April 29, 2000. Credit: ... The weapons hand-over will be celebrated in a ceremony in Mesetas, in Meta province, on Tuesday. soldiers
In a heavily armed military helicopter Helgesen and two Colombian ministers flew into the rainforest of Caqueta province, a couple of hours flight from the capital Bogota. There prominent FARC leaders and hundreds of ex-soldiers are gathered to lay down their weapons after more than 50 years of bloody ... soldiers
Last fall Colombia was being called “the Brexit of the Americas.” That's because, in stunning Brexit fashion, voters there had just rejected a peace agreement to end the country's half-century-long civil war. Most Colombians felt the accord was too lenient toward the Marxist guerrillas known as the FARC. soldiers
“The substitution program affects the income of illegal groups,” said Pardo. According to Caracol Radio, coca cultivation in 2017 went up in Argelia and El Tambo, two municipalities in Cauca. The United Nations was forced to shut down verification of progress in the southern Caqueta province last week ... soldiers

For example, in the southern Caqueta province where FARC dissidents have taken over territorial control from their former guerrilla bosses not ... soldiers
... play soccer in los Robles, in the mountains of the province of El Cauca. ... has one viable stadium, in the southern jungle region of Caqueta. soldiers
A FARC fighter participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia. | Photo: ... soldiers
The Teofilo Forero column was one of the FARC's most feared fighter units that was mainly active in Caqueta, a province in the south of ... soldiers
... (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, April 29, 2000. soldiers
... Forces of Colombia (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, ... soldiers
The leader of Colombia's Marxist FARC rebel group said on Thursday all the group's weapons will be handed over to the United Nations by ... soldiers
Last fall Colombia was being called “the Brexit of the Americas.” That's because, in stunning Brexit fashion, voters there had just rejected a ... soldiers
Colombian voters' narrow rejection this week of a peace agreement to end the country's six-decade conflict with the FARC rebel group has ... soldiers
... (FARC) participates in a parade in the Villa Colombia camp near San Vicente del Caguan,Caqueta province, Colombia, April 29, 2000. soldiers
Colombia's current peace process is facing numerous challenges. In a country that has suffered the worst impacts of the international drug war, one main dilemma is this: what to do with rural regions which have specialised in producing coca leaf, the ... soldiers
"Mojoso," the first commander of the FARC's dissident 14th Front in the southern Caqueta province, was kicked out of the FARC days after the guerrilla group signed peace with the administration of President Juan Manuel Santos. soldiers
Coca crops began to be planted in Tumaco and its surrounding municipality, which encompasses an area around the size of the US state of Rhode Island, in the late 1990s due to pressure on drug traffickers in Meta, Caqueta and Putumayo provinces. soldiers
Over the past few months men armed with machetes and chainsaws have moved into the Caqueta province in particular and begun slashing down vast swathes of the Amazon rain forest, according to research conducted by the magazine who suggest that ... soldiers
The last 300 FARC fighters arrived Saturday at a rebel camp in neighboring Caqueta province, completing a weekslong mobilization that saw some 6,900 guerrillas travel by foot, bus and boat from jungle camps across Colombia. soldiers
... end more than five decades of armed conflict. The Monitoring and Verification Mechanism overseeing the peace process said the final 300 Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia fighters arrived on Saturday at a zone in Caqueta province. advertisement ... soldiers
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) - Officials say roughly 6,900 members Colombia's largest rebel group have arrived in special transition zones to begin disarming, completing a key step in a revised peace deal that seeks to end more than five decades of armed ... soldiers
The M onitoring and Verification Mechanism overseeing the peace process said the final 300 Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia fighters arrived on Saturday at a zone in Caqueta province. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email. Go To. Comments. soldiers
A statement issued Saturday by the peace process' Monitoring and Verification Mechanism said the final 300 Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia fighters had arrived at a zone in Caqueta province. Thousands of combatants, traveling from their jungle ... soldiers
The delegates of the government, the FARC and the United Nations said the guerrillas violated the ceasefire on January 10 in the southern Caqueta department when members of the group opened fire at dissident member "Mojoso. ... guerrilla group "was non ... soldiers
According to Caracol Radio, an armed group of 30 dissidents from the 14th front under the leadership of "Mojoso" attacked the Teofilo Forero unit of the FARC in the southern Caqueta province. Local eyewitnesses reportedly said there were two fatalities ... soldiers
Of the alleged guerrilla crimes that will remain unsolved there were 3,822 in the Antioquia province, 2,941 in Meta, 1,190 in Caqueta, 811 in Valle del Cauca, 684 in the capital Bogota, 600 in Cauca, 562 in Tolima, 520 in Choco, 513 in Putumayo, 265 in ... soldiers
A man on a horse jumps over a bonfire in the Spanish central village of San Bartolome de Pinares in the province of Avila, Castile and Leon, during the opening of the traditional religious festival "Luminarias" in honor of San Antonio Abad (Saint ... soldiers
As a peace deal to end Latin America's longest-running conflict neared completion, young men and women in La Gloria, in Caqueta province, took matters into their own hands to reconcile the disparate factions in their own community of displaced people ... soldiers
The Colombian army said in a statement that the fatalities occurred in the country's northern Bolivar Province on Wednesday when the rebels left their designated zones with weapons and were targeted by military forces. soldiers
Members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) take up positions in trenches around a heavily-fortified rebel camp in the southern Caqueta province, December 1998. Nearly 40 percent of FARC fighters were women. REUTERS/Jose Gomez. soldiers
People displaced from years of internal conflict in Colombia's provinces set up a makeshift camp in a city park in downtown Bogota in March, 2009. soldiers
(The Episcopal Diocese of Colombia is one of seven dioceses that make up the Episcopal Church's ninth province, which covers Central and South America and the Caribbean. soldiers
"We have to be involved in the economy," FARC commander Mauricio Jaramillo told Reuters in the jungle outpost of El Diamante, southern Caqueta province. "We have to push an assured and positive development so we don't head down the wrong path," he ... soldiers
Veterans of Colombia's FARC guerrilla army could soon be making a living as eco-tourism guides, beef processors or cheese makers under plans by the Marxist group to invest in economic projects once a peace deal takes hold. soldiers
The province of Caqueta, where Puerto Rico is located, has long been a FARC stronghold. Marquez, the chief rebel negotiator, was born in Caqueta. Two of his comrades on the seven-member secretariat, the group's top decision-making body, have deep ... soldiers
The desire for peace is palpable among the insurgents at the encampment in the Llanos del Yari, a largely empty savannah that separates the provinces of Meta and Caqueta. The pact was initialed last month in Havana, the venue for the negotiations that ... soldiers
A veterinary from Saving the Survivors and RHINO911 crew attend to a previously wounded Rhino during an operation of RHINO911 Non Governamental Organization at the Pilanesberg National Park in the North West province, South Africa. PHOTO: ... soldiers


 

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