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FARC delegates in Havana released two hostages today in an apparent effort to revive peace talks suspended since last week.

This was supposed to be a banner year for Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.

 

 

Although no case of Ebola has been confirmed in the region, Latin America and Caribbean leaders are already taking steps towards prevention.

The negotiated end to Colombia's armed conflict must appease all sides: the government and the FARC, as well as a skeptical and resistant citizenry.

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) will travel to Colombia today for a two-day meeting with Colombian government officials, businesses and civil society organizations to discuss security, trade and human trafficking, his office said Tuesday.

The obstacles to political integration.
Homicide and overall crime rates remain staggeringly high, while the government has done little to address the roots of insecurity.
Just look at the numbers; violence and murder are decreasing.
Life on Colombia's western warfront.

Bolivian Ombudsman Rolando Villena voiced his alarm yesterday at the recent uptick in sexual violence against women, and particularly young girls, in the wake of the rape and murder of a four-year-old girl last week in the town of Palos Blancos.

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