Fidel Castro, Cuban Revolutionary Who Defied U.S., Dies at 90
Lenin Moreno, a candidate from Ecuador’s ruling PAIS Alliance party, is winning the country’s presidential elections with 51.04 percent of votes, the National Electoral Council said after having processed 91.88 percent of ballots.
The Colombia's FARC movement, formerly known as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, officially registered its political party as a part of the national reconciliation process, one of the FARC leaders Ivan Marquez said.
Colombia President Signs Ceasefire Deal With ELN Rebels for 1st Time in History
A deal signed on Friday by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos marks a significant milestone in efforts to end political violence in South America as it is the first ceasefire with the National Liberation Army guerrilla group in the history of its insurgency.
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) — Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Friday signed a ceasefire agreement with a large leftist guerrilla group, the National Liberation Army (ELN).
"President Juan Manuel Santos has signed an order launching the ceasefire regime from October 1. This is the first bilateral ceasefire endorsed by the ELN in its history," the president’s office tweeted.
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