BY Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) | Colombia | 7/16/12
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following press statement from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
BY Tom Burke | Asheville, NC | 6/01/12
The FBI is harassing anti-war and international solidarity activists in North Carolina again, this time in Asheville.
BY Staff | Colombia | 9/21/10
Fight Back! is circulating following two statements from Colombian political prisoners at the infamous U.S.-designed La Tramacúa in Valledupar, Colombia.
BY Josh Sykes | Colombia | 2/06/10
Professor James J. Brittain's new book, Revolutionary Social Change in Colombia: The Origin and Direction of the FARC-EP (Pluto Press, London: 2010), is a thoroughly researched and documented academic study of the Colombian revolution and of its largest and longest lasting guerrilla organization, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People’s Army (FARC-EP).
BY Mick Kelly | United States | 12/16/09
Speaking with Fight Back! Dec. 15, a leader of the U.S.-based National Committee to Free Ricardo Palmera, Tom Burke, slammed a Nov. 12 lawsuit filed in Florida Middle District Court against the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
BY Staff | United States | 2/20/09
The Colombia Action Network is organizing events in six cities to honor and remember those killed by the U.S.-backed war in Colombia.
BY Jose Maria Sison | United States | 10/22/06
The International League of Peoples’ Struggle (ILPS) joins the freedom-loving people of Colombia and other progressive forces throughout the world in condemning the abduction and illegal trial in the United States of Ricardo Palmera, a leader of Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC), and in demanding his immediate release.
BY Staff | United States | 9/12/06
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia – People’s Army (FARC-EP) is the largest rebel group in Colombia.
BY Staff | United States | 5/01/06
Fight Back! interviewed Oscar Silva, the Colombian lawyer for U.S. political prisoner and Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera.
BY Staff | Washington, D.C. | 2/11/06
Jailed Colombian revolutionary Ricardo Palmera was in the U.S. District Court of Washington D.C. Jan. 24 and 25.