Sunday January 29, 2023
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BY Conor McGrady | | 9/05/03
Caitriona Ruane, the national chairperson of the Bring Them Home Campaign in Ireland, was here Sept. 5 to highlight the situation facing the Colombia Three.
BY Tom Burke | United States | 8/01/03
Nine trade unionists at Coca-Cola in Colombia are dead - murdered by paramilitaries with ties to Coca-Cola management.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/05/03
More than one hundred people marched here, May 3, to protest the killing of Colombian trade unionists by Coca-Cola's death squads.
BY Tom Burke | United States | 5/01/03
In Colombia, the people are winning.
Colombia, ELN, FARC-EP
BY staff | United States | 10/01/02
More U.S. Special Forces are arriving in Colombia.
Colombia, FARC-EP
BY Carolyn Connelly | United States | 8/01/02
With the election of Alvaro Uribe Velez as president, the U.S. media says that Colombia is entering a new phase in "the war against terrorism."
BY Meredith Aby-Keirstead | San Salvador, El Salvador | 8/01/01
Participants from over twenty countries met here for the International Gathering in Solidarity and for Peace in Colombia and Latin America, July 20-22.
BY Brad Sigal | Fort Benning, GA | 12/01/00
en thousand people descended on Fort Benning, Georgia, Nov. 18-19 to shut down the School of the Americas (S.O.A.). Also known as the School of Assassins, the S.O.A. has trained over 60,000 Latin American soldiers in counter-insurgency so they can repress the people in their homelands.
BY Anh Pham | United States | 12/01/00
The Colombian people are fighting for liberation against a government that only serves the interests of the rich.
BY Jess Sundin | United States | 7/01/00
After months of delays and debates, on Thursday, June 22, the Senate voted 95-4 to send another $1.3 billion in military aid to Colombia.
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