Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC)
The group allegedly employs a variety of military tactics involving agrarianism and anti-imperialism. They have been accused of kidnapping, ransom, illegal mining, extortion, taxation, production, and distribution of illegal drugs. According to the United Nations, of all the killings of civilians in Colombian conflict, 12% was committed by the FARC. In 2016, the Colombian president, Juan Manuel Santos, has announced that they are signing a peace deal with FARC after negotiating for a period of four years.