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'Unspeakably Sad': Colombia Voters Narrowly Reject Landmark Peace Deal
The areas most affected by the conflict overwhelmingly voted "Yes" for peace
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Colombians celebrate the signing of the peace accord in Bogotá on Wednesday. News
'It Is Time to Give Peace a Chance': Historic FARC Peace Deal Achieved
'We won the most beautiful of all battles: Peace.'
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Historic Ceasefire Reached Between Colombia, Leftist FARC Rebels
Agreement calls for 'definitive bilateral ceasefire'
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Families of Death Squad Victims Allowed to Sue Chiquita Executives
U.S. judge permits federal lawsuit against corporate executives for funding far-right paramilitary group in Colombia
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Accused of War Crimes, Oil Giant Shielded by US Supreme Court
The oil giant Occidental and the security contractor AirScan faced a lawsuit stemming from their role in the 1998 cluster bombing of a Colombian village
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Citing Cancer Fears, Colombia Ends US-Backed Toxic Fumigation Program
Government cites concerns over cancer link, but experts say consequences of War on Drugs will linger without greater reforms
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US Supreme Court Rejects Terror Claims Against Chiquita
Ruling 'allows U.S. corporation to finance terrorism without accountability,' says human rights group
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As Oil Money Flowed, Clinton Turned Back on Rights Abuses in Colombia: Report
'This much is clear: After millions of dollars were pledged by the oil company to the Clinton Foundation, Secretary Clinton abruptly changed her position on the controversial U.S.-Colombia trade pact.'
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Colombian Farmers Take BP to Court in Landmark Case
Pipeline caused permanent damage, campesinos say
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Why Chiquita Is Lobbying Against a 9/11 Victims Bill
The company, guilty of financing right-wing paramilitaries in Colombia, doesn't want to be liable for its own backing of right-wing paramilitary terrorists in Colombia.
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