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Trump's immigrants politics arrive to Argentina

Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri signed a decree that modifies the country’s immigration law in a way that will speed up the deportation process and bar entry into the country

Colombian Government and FARC proclaim end to 52 years of war

Colombian army officers and leaders of the FARC rebel group shook hands in this northern town on Wednesday to mark the official end of a conflict that began in 1964.

Refugees real stories must be told

Media needs to show refugees aren’t “potential terrorists” nor “threats to national security.”

Cubans stranded in Mexico say return to the island not an option

Scores of Cubans meet every day at the Gateway to the Americas International Bridge in Nuevo Laredo on the US border after an odyssey through 10 countries

Colombia’s FARC rebels march one last time, to demobilization camps

Colombia’s Marxist FARC rebels are on the move one final time, traveling by boat, road and on foot across jungle and mountains to demobilization camps, as part of a deal to end more than 50 years of war

Denmark will have the world’s first digital ambassador

The ambassador will work on building ties with the globe’s tech giants, stated the country’s foreign minister.

Colombia’s FARC rebels march one last time, to demobilization camps

Colombia’s Marxist FARC rebels are on the move one final time, traveling by boat, road and on foot across jungle and mountains to demobilization camps, as part of a deal to end more than 50 years of war

Peru and Colombia stand with Mexico

Peru and Colombia vowed to stand with Mexico as the country faces an uncertain economic future and grapples with a crisis with the United States just days into US President Donald Trump’s administration.

Colombia’s Urabeños recruiting dissidents from FARC peace process

Recent reports warn that one of Colombia's biggest criminal groups may be recruiting dissident guerrilla fighters, another indication that new actors are moving in on criminal operations formerly controlled by the guerrillas.

Colombian Government and FARC begin drug-crop substitution program

Colombia’s government and Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels announced Friday that they had launched a program aimed at replacing approximately 50,000 hectares (193 sq. miles) of illicit crops with legal ones in the first year.

Doomsday clock is 2:30 minutes to midnight

Nuclear weapons, climate change and Donald Trump’s election make the world closer to catastrophe.

Colombian Government and FARC begin drug-crop substitution program

Point four of the peace agreement, signed by the government and the FARC on Nov. 24 in Bogota, calls for the substitution of illicit crops and the transformation of territories affected by the decades-old armed conflict.

Europe’s expanding national security state

Amnesty International documents the trend sweeping Europe, where states are tackling terrorism by trampling on their citizen’s freedoms. 

As Venezuela crumbles, the regime digs in

Maduro’s dance of disaster: Nicolás Maduro draws the wrong conclusions from the economic crisis

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