Articles by: Thomas Power
With the Swiss mining company Glencore announcing they will close their coal mines in Cesar, residents fear that the company will skip out on its legal obligations to affected communities.
In the southern Colombian department of Huila, Enrique Chimonja and his family are using institutional spaces of transitional justice to search for his father and to heal the wounds of the armed conflict.
Under President Duque, massacres are on the rise, especially in areas where FARC-EP guerrillas previously controlled territory.
The United States backs anti-narcotics operations as Colombia’s military faces a storm of criticism.