So far this year, the Institute for Development and Peace Studies has registered 12 massacres in this Colombian department.Full Story
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights issued a ruling holding Colombia’s government responsible for the kidnap, torture and rape of a journalist by paramilitary groups in 2000.Full Story
The crime perpetrators took advantage of the absence of Narvaez’s assigned escort to enter his house and attack him.
According to Indepaz, the South American country has registered 76 massacres so far this year.
The assassinations took part in the Choco and Caqueta departments, where there is an increase in violence and displacements amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The population demands the Duque Administration to address problems such as poverty, lack of health and education services, and forced displacement.
Lawmakers also decided to support the lawsuit against Colombia's President Ivan Duque that Venezuela will present before the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Polo Democrático Alternativo senator Iván Cepeda affirmed today that he would appeal the decision of the Colombian justice system to release Diego Cadena, ex-lawyer of former president Álvaro Uribe.
Since 2016, 118 military personnel have been involved in cases of sexual abuse. So far, only 45 of them have been removed from the institution.
At least 2,061 Venezuelans have been killed in Colombia since 2017 according to data from the Department of Legal Medicine.
According to the Wall Street Journal, U.S. officials informed the publication that at least two cases of so-called "Havana Syndrome" have been reported at the U.S. embassy in Bogota, Colombia in the past weeks.