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gabriel.jpgRSS Gabriel Ángel

Gabriel Ángel is writer and guerrilla fighter of the FARC-EP
Thursday, 16 November 2017 09:01

Avremo deputati e voteremo per Timo Presidente

Martedì scorso, la riunione del Consiglio Politico Nazionale del nostro partito FARC ha avuto una gradita interruzione.

Published in Processo di pace

Last Tuesday, the meeting of the National Political Council of our party, FARC, had a very pleasant interruption.

Published in Gabriel-Angel
Saturday, 11 November 2017 10:23

A slap in the face of the other Colombia

No doubt Colombia is a unique and surprising country.

Published in Gabriel-Angel
Friday, 03 November 2017 15:59

La gioventù sta scuotendo la Colombia

Lei, che aspettava il ragazzo, mi informò che era arrivato. Non lo vedeva da tantissimo tempo, da quando era un bambino di meno di dieci anni.

Published in Processo di pace

She, who was waiting for the boy, warned me of his arrival. She had not seen him for a long time, since he was a child, perhaps not even ten years old.

Published in News

Professor Víctor de Currea-Lugo published a note a few days ago in Las2Orillas, comparing the peace process and the Final Agreement with a schizophrenia.

Published in Gabriel-Angel
Tuesday, 24 October 2017 14:43

La lotta per la pace non finisce, cambia

Il professor Victor de Currea-Lugo, in un articolo pubblicato recentemente in Las2Orillas, paragona il processo di pace e l’Accordo Finale ad una schizofrenia.

Published in Processo di pace
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 14:49

Colombia, è ora di alzarsi!

La selezione colombiana alla fine si è qualificata al campionato mondiale di calcio del 2018 in Russia.

Published in Processo di pace
Tuesday, 17 October 2017 14:24

We cannot afford it. Let's get up Colombia

The Colombian national team finally qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Published in Gabriel-Angel

In 1969, at his seven years of age, Ezequiel Martínez marched with his father and brothers from Santafé de Antioquia, on the hard trail that led to Urabá.

Published in News
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