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Rio police 'in control of favela'  Police in Rio de Janeiro say they now have total control of the Vila Cruzeiro shanty town, as they continue a crackdown on violent drug gangs Top rebel leader may be dead Map of San Vicente del Caguan Colombia  Colombia's president: Fabian Ramirez, a top leader of a leftist guerrilla group FARC may have been killed during a bombing of a rebel camp FARC No. 2 leader killed  Victor Julio Suarez Rojas, also known as Jorge Briceno Suarez, was the military leader for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia FARC arms traced to Venezuela  Colombian Vice President Francisco Santos: Shoulder-launched anti-tank weapons purchased by Venezuela have ended up in the hands of guerrillas Betancourt rescued from FARC
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B. 2018-01-15 Venezuela helicopter attack: Pilot Oscar Pérez in bloody siege El Junquito, Venezuela
2017-08-06 Venezuela searches for rebels after deadly clash at army base Valencia, Venezuela
3. 2017-06-07 FARC rebels have handed over 30% of weapons Colombia
4. 2017-06-04 FARC threaten demobilisation delay Colombia
F. 2017-01-24 French President Hollande visits Colombia rebels Caldono, Cauca, Colombia
G. 2016-10-01 Farc rebels 'to pay reparations' Colombia
7. 2015-07-25 Colombia suspends air strikes against Farc camps Colombia
I. 2015-06-14 Colombian ELN commander 'killed by army' Antioquia, Colombia
J. 2015-06-11 Farc rebel attack leave 500,000 without power Colombia

Colombian rebels free captured general  Colombia's largest rebel group has freed Gen. Ruben Alzate and two others whose capture led President Juan Manuel Santos to break off peace talks Colombia rebels say they'll free general on Sunday Indigenous court convicts Farc guerrillas Power gradually being restored in Colombia city Ex-rebel becomes El Salvador leader Mexico vigilantes enter cartel city Mexico starts disarming vigilantes   Mexican security forces sent to quell unrest in the western state of Michoacan have started disarming local vigilante groups, state officials... Jesse Jackson Farc mediation refused 13 Colombian soldiers killed by rebels Fifteen Colombia soldiers killed in rebel ambush   An ambush by leftist FARC rebels, the country's president said, raising concerns about peace talks launched last year Colombia holding talks with Farc  President Juan Manuel Santos has confirmed his government is holding exploratory talks with the country's largest rebel group, the Farc Colombia Farc rebels name leader  Colombia's largest rebel group, the Farc, says it has chosen Rodrigo Londono - better known by his alias Timochenko - as its new leader FARC leader Alfonso Cano killed Map of Cauca Colombia
Venezuela helicopter attack: Pilot Oscar Pérez in bloody siege   Two police officers and severa 'terrorists' have been killed in an operation to capture a pilot accused of leading an armed rebellion last y...   Venezuela searches for rebels after deadly clash at army base Map of Valencia Venezuela  A search is under way in Venezuela for 10 men who escaped with weapons after an attack on a military base, President Nicolás Maduro says FARC rebels have handed over 30% of weapons FARC threaten demobilisation delay French President Hollande visits Colombia rebels Farc rebels 'to pay reparations'   Colombia suspends air strikes against Farc camps  President Juan Manuel Santos has ordered government forces to suspend air strikes against camps belonging to Farc rebels Colombian ELN commander 'killed by army' Farc rebel attack leave 500,000 without power   FARC suspends truce after Colombia army attack   Colombia's leftist rebel group has suspended a unilateral ceasefire after 26 of its fighters were killed in a government air and ground offe...   Farc to help army clear minefields  The government and rebels have agreed to work together to remove landmines in rural areas of the country where they have fought since the 19...   Farc rebels declare indefinite unilateral truce
Jan.15   Venezuela

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Aug.6   Venezuela
Jun.7   Colombia
Jun.4   Colombia
Jan.24   Colombia

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Oct.1   Colombia

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Jul.25   Colombia
Jun.14   Colombia
Jun.11   Colombia
May.22   Colombia
Mar.7   Colombia

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Dec.17   Colombia
  Colombia's Farc rebels have declared a unilateral ceasefire for an indefinite period, starting from Saturday
Nov.30   Colombia
Nov.29   Colombia
Nov.9   Colombia
Jul.31   Colombia
Jun.1   El Salvador
Feb.8   Mexico
Jan.14   Mexico

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Sep.28   Colombia
Aug.25   Colombia
Jul.21   Colombia

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Aug.27   Colombia

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Nov.15   Colombia
Nov.4   Colombia
  The leader of Colombia's left-wing guerrilla group has been killed in an army operation in mountains in the south-west of the country

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Nov.25   Rio de Janeiro
Nov.20   Colombia
Sep.23   Colombia

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Jul.27   Colombia

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Jul.2   Colombia
  In a secret operation the Colombian military infiltrated rebel group and deceived its members into giving up 15 hostages
 Along with French-Colombian politician, 3 American contractors and 11 other hostages who were Colombian police were rescued. Appearing healthy after being held for 6 years in the jungle, Betancourt walked down from a military jet in Bogota and hugged her mother and husband
Jun.8   Venezuela   End struggle, Chavez urges Farc  Venezuelan President has urged the new leader of Colombia's rebels to end their four-decade struggle and release all hostages May.18   Colombia Rebel leader surrenders
  Nelly Avila Moreno, also known as 'Karina' surrendered, the latest major blow for insurgents who have waged war against the state for 40 years
May.15   Colombia Farc rebel link files 'genuine'  Interpol says Colombian officials did not tamper with computers which they claim provide proof Venezuela financed Farc rebels Mar.1   Ecuador Top FARC leader killed by Colombians
  Raul Reyes, the top commander of left-wing guerrillas was killed in an air raid followed by a ground operation
 Ecuador has protested to Colombia over the incursion. Raul Reyes died along with at least 16 other rebels and one Colombian soldier
Jan.11   Venezuela   Chavez makes Colombia rebel call   Venezuelan President has called on the US and European governments to stop treating Colombian left-wing rebel groups as terrorists

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Jan.1   Peru Emergency declared  A state of emergency had been declared in a region where dozens of army reservists have seized a police station

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Mar.1   Haiti Rebels enter capital Feb.28   Haiti Armed rebels surrounded Port-au-Prince Feb.17   Haiti 50 dead as crisis grows

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