February 27, 2013

FARC asks for Jimmy Carter to investigate land grab

The FARC insisted on a "high level commission to clarify the truth" about the alleged theft of large expanses of land from the Colombian people by the left-wing guerrillas, suggesting former President Jimmy Carter participate.

Colombia's largest rebel group, the FARC, have rejected a government accusation over the theft of almost 2,000 square miles of land in Caguan in the Chaqueta department of central Colombia. Read more.

Colombia Reports

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