COLOMBIA

“Colombians will not understand those who want to stop history”

President Juan Manuel Santos tells PRISA’s Juan Luís Cebrián peace process is irreversible

COLOMBIA

Juan Manuel Santos: “All peace processes are imperfect”

Colombia’s president discusses the accord reached with the FARC to end 52 years of war

COLOMBIA

It’s official: Colombia peace talks conclude half a century of war

President Santos announces referendum to validate accord with FARC rebels on October 2

COLOMBIA

Colombian government and FARC rebels conclude peace talks

Official announcement expected on Wednesday in Havana, with signing ceremony to take place in September in Colombia

Latin America

Bolivia votes ‘no’ to allowing President Evo Morales to run again

Final official count in referendum shows 51.30% rejected altering the Constitution

Latin America

Polls point to victory for ‘no’ vote in Bolivia re-election referendum

Government says figures show “technical tie” in ballot to decide if Morales can run again

Latin America

Bolivians split over whether to allow Evo Morales to run again

Sunday's referendum to decide if president can once more present himself in 2020

Latin America

Washington pledges $450 million peace package aid for Colombia

Part of the funds will go to help pay compensation to victims from FARC insurgent war

Latin America

Venezuelan opposition wins ‘super majority’ it needs for major reform

Maduro promises to veto any political prisoner amnesty law coming out of new Assembly

Latin America

Venezuela begins a new era

Latest data gives opposition 110 seats, but group says it has the 112 it needs for reform

Latin America

Venezuelan voters turn their backs on ‘Chavismo’ after 17 years

Parties in opposition to President Maduro achieve landslide victory in legislative races

LATIN AMERICA

Venezuelan opposition groups forced to unite ahead of crucial polls

December 6 elections will put the strength of the MUD coalition to the test

LATIN AMERICA

Tintori: “Those who persecuted me are now going to take care of me?”

Wife of opposition leader Leopoldo López rejects security offer from Venezuelan government She is demanding authorities implement precautionary measures recommended by IACHR

Latin America

Colombia and FARC agree to sign peace treaty within six months

Santos government and rebels reach historic deal on transitional justice in Havana talks

LATIN AMERICA

Venezuelan court sentences Leopoldo López to 13 years in prison

Judge gives opposition leader jail term for his involvement in violent 2014 demonstrations

Latin America

Colombia seeks to uncover the mystery of drug trafficker “Megateo”

Around 350 officers are hunting the insurgent leader, who some think may already be dead

Latin America

From the trail of Pablo Escobar to the hunt for ‘El Chapo’

Colombian generals who busted Medellín cartel join search for fugitive drug lord

Latin America

Why Colombia’s first euthanasia was stopped with 15 minutes to go

Doubting doctors have now approved procedure for cancer patient they canceled last week

Latin America

Colombia’s military top brass involved in extrajudicial killings, says HRW

Generals and colonels “allegedly knew, planned or ordered” executions, according to NGO

Latin America

Pope offers to mediate in Colombia’s rocky peace talks with FARC rebels

Francis tells president he is willing “to take on any necessary role” to reach an accord

Latin America

Venezuela demands answers from Colombia after ex-PM flown out on jet

Maduro accuses Felipe González of meeting with “extremist groups” who want to oust him

LATIN AMERICA

Ex-PM Felipe González leaves Venezuela after just two days

Veteran Socialist was not granted authorization to visit imprisoned opposition politician

LATIN AMERICA

González pushes for talks between Maduro and Venezuelan opposition

Former Spanish prime minister awaits government permission to meet jailed activists

Latin America

“Venezuela needs a lot of dialogue,” says ex-Spanish PM González

Former Socialist leader arrives in Caracas to help defend jailed opposition leaders

Latin America

Colombia and the FARC agree to create an impartial Truth Commission

Testimonies collected by the proposed 11-member panel cannot be used for prosecutions

Latin America

Maduro accuses Spain’s ex-PM of working as “lobbyist” for coup plotters

Venezuelan leader’s attack comes after González’s pledge to defend jailed opponents

LATIN AMERICA

Bolivia seeks to improve its international image

President Morales is trying to reset relations with the US to boost lawsuit against Chile