What is President Buhari up to?
The news about lives lost to herdsmen in Benue State left me wondering if it wouldn’t be best to lease Nigeria to Botswana, Tanzania or any other African...
Disarmed, Colombia's FARC seek political rebirth
About 1,200 delegates from the freshly demobilized Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia attended the opening of a founding congress to choose their political representatives ahead of next year's general elections.
Gabriel Garcia Marquez statue unveiled in Cuba
The sculpture portrays the writer holding books and a rose, dressed in the traditional suit known as a liqui liqui that he wore to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1982.
Colombia's Santos asks Trump to support peace process
President Juan Manuel Santos spoke with US President Donald Trump on the phone Saturday and asked him to support Colombia's peace plan with FARC rebels, the Latin American leader said on Twitter.
Lawmakers in Colombia pass FARC amnesty law
Colombia's Congress on Wednesday passed a law granting amnesty to FARC rebels as part of the country's peace deal, a development the government hailed as "historic."
Colombia kidnappings down 92% since 2000
Kidnappings in Colombia have fallen 92 percent since 2000, a "historic" change, the authorities said Tuesday as the government and FARC rebels implement a peace deal meant to end a half-century conflict.
Ban sends UN Colombia envoy to Havana after peace deal rejected
UN chief Ban Ki-moon said Monday he had "urgently" sent his Colombia envoy to Havana for talks after a peace deal with communist FARC rebels suffered a shock referendum defeat.
Colombians vote on historic peace deal
Colombians voted in a referendum Sunday on whether to ratify a historic peace accord to end a 52-year war between the state and the communist FARC rebels.