Tagged With Colombia Peace

In the world's biggest cocaine producer, cultivation has hit an 'all time high' and the new president is vowing harsh measures that will please Trump


'The United States had lost its mind': What the Parkland shooting looked like in a country emerging from civil war


'I don't have a happy ending': Venezuela's misery is deepening -- and spilling over its borders



Amid a cocaine boom in Colombia, a deeper problem is emerging


Members of Colombia's biggest rebel group are trying to join LinkedIn, but they're struggling to connect


Colombia says it's convincing drug farmers to grow other crops -- but drug traffickers say otherwise



Colombia is trying to root out the cocaine trade, but farmers are relying on it as an 'insurance policy'


Pablo Escobar's death cleared the way for much more sinister kind of criminal in Colombia


In the world's biggest cocaine producer, cultivation reportedly surged again in 2016


Colombia produces most of the world's cocaine -- and output is at a record-high


Colombian president who hunted down Pablo Escobar: Don't fight the drug war the way I did


The last march: Colombia's most notorious rebel group is starting to disarm, but obstacles to peace still loom