Colombian President, Juan Manuel Santos, announced that foreign companies that pay ransoms to terrorist groups in order to get back kidnapped employers will be expelled from the country and would not be able to do business in Colombia any more. Santos was referring to recent reports of an alleged agreement between the Canadian oil company Talisman and the FARC terrorist group, to make a payment of 5 billion pesos (2.5 billion dollars) in order to prevent the kidnapping of its workers. “We can not allow anyone to feed all those criminals because that will create more insecurity”, Santos said on Thursday.
La voltereta de la Corte con el proceso de Andrade
Los tres delitos por los cuales la Corte Suprema procesaba al senador se esfumaron con la llegada del abogado Gustavo Moreno, hoy ‘ad portas’ de ser extraditado. SEMANA revela la historia secreta de ese reversazo.