December 22, 2013
How the U.S. Helps Colombia Kill Rebels
Dana Priest, Washington Post
The Associated Press
The 50-year-old Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), once considered the best-funded insurgency in the world, is at its smallest and most vulnerable state in decades, due in part to a CIA covert action program that has helped Colombian forces kill at least two dozen rebel leaders, according to interviews with more than 30 former and current U.S. and Colombian officials.
TAGGED: Colombia, Latin America, United States, FARC