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Topic - National Liberation Army
National Liberation Army is the name of several groups:* Albanian National Liberation Army, an army fighting for the liberation of Albania* National Liberation Army (Algeria), an inactive liberation movement in the Algerian War of Independence* Irish National Liberation Army, an Irish Republican group active during The Troubles, currently on ceasefire* Macedonian National Liberation Army, a Macedonian liberation movement of Partisan detachments active during the National Liberation War of Macedonia*National Liberation Army (Albanians of Macedonia), an inactive terrorist group in Macedonia* National Liberation Army (Bolivia), a defunct organization in Bolivia* National Liberation Army (Colombia), an active movement associated with the Colombian Civil War* National Liberation Army (Costa Rica)* National Liberation Army of Iran, an active liberation movement based in Iran - Source: Wikipedia
Now that Congress is returning from the August recess with plans to vote on pending free-trade agreements, partisan bickering must not be allowed to kill the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The Colombia of President Juan Manuel Santos is a far different country from the Colombia of his predecessor, Alvaro Uribe. Liberals should recognize that some progress has been made on human rights concerns that kept them from supporting the agreement for nearly five years.
These days, Colombian refugees are contending with a new and equally deadly breed of armed conflict — among ruthless gangs vying for control of the region's lucrative cocaine and arms trade.
Colombia's largest insurgent group asked the Union of South American Nations to help resolve the country's decades-old political struggle in a open letter published Wednesday.