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Monday, 22 September 2014 00:00

All the power against the FARC-EP

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 Definitely, with their attachment to hatred and lies, the signing of a final peace agreement at the Conversation Table in Havana will be a daunting task

Written by: Timoshenko

The High Command of the Block Iv?n R?os, which operates in the northwest of the country, has already revealed what truly happened on September 16 on the road between Puerto Libertador and Tierradentro. Our comrades adequately explain the facts and also released the military report of the ambush against a unit of the National Police.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014 00:00

Indigenous 15-year-old girl recruited by the army

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In Deutsch lesen: http://www.kolumbieninfo.blogspot.com

Yesterday, September 16, 2014, hot news was published in all Colombian mainstream media: The FARC-EP handed over a 15-year-old indigenous girl to the Ombudsman of Cauca (West of Colombia). The International Committee of the Red Cross was also present.

Monday, 08 September 2014 00:00

Some issues I learned from football

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Originally posted November 3, 2013 in: www.resistencia-colombia.org

Days go by, the World Cup comes closer and the system brings out again the most horrible aspects of football.

PKK, the Workers Party of Kurdist?n: many people know their name, few really know what their struggle is about. www.farc-epeace.org had the opportunity to speak with two representatives of the PKK's women's organization - PAJK, Zelal Dersim and Asia Dicle, about the situation in the Middle-East, IS, the role of the United States, the peace process with the Turkish government and, last but not least, the PKK struggle for freedom. This is the second part of the interview.

PKK, the Workers Party of Kurdistan: many people know their name, few really know what their struggle is about. www.farc-epeace.org had the opportunity to speak with two representatives of the PKK's Party of Women's Liberation (PAJK), Zelal Dersim and Asia Dicle, about the situation in the Middle-East, Islamic State, the role of the United States, the peace process with the Turkish government and, last but not least, the PKK struggle for freedom.

Saturday, 09 August 2014 00:00

Despite everything, we will persist

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By Timochenko

We had already made some written comments on the discourse of President Santos, which he showed once again in his recent inauguration. We have also pointed out the total alignment of the mainstream media with the ruling class. The two, including 'Center Uribe' (Centro Democrático, NT), get greatly upset when we do not express what they want to hear from us.

Wednesday, 06 August 2014 00:00

Deaf, blind and mute

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In February 2012, in a guerrilla camp in the South of Colombia, we heard on the news that the FARC terrorists had sewed the mouth of a poor farmer with wire, in the South-West, just because he didn't want to take a "burro bomba", a donkey with explosives on his back, to the nearest army outpost (1).

By Timoshenko

On the night of November 4, 2011, Colombia and the rest of the world were informed about the news of the death of Comandante Alfonso Cano after a military operation in the department of Cauca. Successively, the details of the event were being revealed. It was described as an intense aerial bombardment, along with a long strafing, which had left the guerrilla leader isolated and unarmed early in the morning.

At the peace talks in Havana, all our power lies in our ideas and the only weapon we have is the truth

By Timoshenko

The issue of victims that will soon be discussed at the Peace Talks in Havana has generated a huge barrage against the FARC-EP in the mainstream press. Even those who strive to look neutral, warning that the responsibility of government officials involved in illegal conduct should also be taken into account, end up being part of the general chorus according to which we are the worst offenders.

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By: Pablo Catatumbo - Member of the Secretariat of the FARC-EP

It's remarkable to see how much media attention obtained the recent tour made by the French sociologist Daniel Pécaut - nationalized in Colombia -, around Colombian universities and newsrooms of newspapers and magazines. As if he were part of a rock band on tour, the academic in the last few months has piled up a record of unexpected public appearances, in a country in which social researchers are usually made invisible, killed or persecuted.