High in the hills of central Colombia, a cluster of eight villages has managed to do what the rest of Colombia only aspires to: sign a peace deal with the country’s largest guerrilla group, the FARC.
It´s hard to oversee the Tower of David. The second highest building of Venezuela rises 190 meters into heaven, right in the middle of the historic center of the capital Caracas. A group of followers of President Hugo Chávez squatted the complex in 1997. I visited them.