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Adolfo López points to the could-covered hilltop where the FARC's...
Colombia busca la paz sin cocaína
Además de desarmar a los rebeldes de las FARC, el acuerdo de paz de Colombia también busca ponerle fin al comercio ilícito de drogas, pero eso requiere que el gobierno invierta dinero en el campo, y que ofrezca una alternativa viable para el floreciente mercado de la coca cuyo valor es de $88 mil millones a nivel mundial.
Adolfo López points to the could-covered hilltop where the FARC's...
Colombia seeks peace, eradication of cocaine
Besides disarming the rebel FARC army, Colombia's peace accord also seeks to end the illegal drug trade. But that requires the state to pour money into the countryside and provide a viable alternative to the booming coca market, worth $88 billion worldwide.
Peace Colombia
In photos: Peace in Colombia rests on finding an alternative to cocaine production
Colombia is at a pivotal moment as former FARC fighters have begun handing in their weapons as part of a historic peace agreement. An essential part of the peace accord is also to end the illegal drug trade, but that requires the state to pour money into the countryside, and provide a viable alternative to the booming coca market worth $88 billion worldwide.
Peace Colombia
In photos: Can there be peace in Colombia without cocaine?
Colombia is at a pivotal moment as former FARC fighters have begun handing in their arsenal of weapons as part of the disarmament process agreed to in last year's historic peace agreement, ending 52 years of conflict. An essential part of the peace accord is also to end the illegal drug trade, but that requires the state to pour money into the countryside, and provide a viable alternative to the booming coca market worth $88 billion worldwide.
Caboco Juruna from the Juruna village of Miratu in the Paquiçamba Indige...
An Amazon community braces for "monster" gold mine
The Volte Grande Project on the Xingu river is destined to be Brazil’s largest open-pit goldmine. But activists fear the environmental impact on indigenous communities.
Caboco Juruna desde el pueblo de Miratu en la reserva indígena Pa...
Una comunidad de la Amazonía teme el impacto de una "monstruosa" mina de oro
El proyecto Volta Grande en el río Xingu está destinado a ser la mayor mina de oro a cielo abierto de Brasil. Pero los activistas temen el impacto ambiental sobre las comunidades indígenas.
Una combatiente en el campamento rebelde de las FARC.
Dentro de un campamento de las FARC: así ven los guerrilleros su reintegración tras el acuerdo de paz
Tras el acuerdo con el gobierno, los rebeldes de las FARC de Colombia se preparan para reintegrarse a la sociedad. Univision Noticias visitó un campamento para conocer los retos que enfrentarán los guerrilleros una vez que entreguen las armas.
Elisabel, a 26-year-old FARC fighter at rebel camp in southern Colombia....
Facing an uncertain future, Colombia's FARC prepare for peace
Colombia's FARC rebels are in the last stages of a peace process with the government, but how will the fighters reintegrate with society? Univision visited a FARC camp where fighters are being readied to return to civilian life.
In March the Colombian government and the National Liberation Army (ELN)...
Does peace have a chance in Colombia?
The peace process faces many obstacles from paramilitary opposition to human rights accusations and the drug trade.