Most of the information comes from laptop computers, external hard drives and flash drives reportedly recovered from a FARC campground located in Ecuador that the Colombians bombed and then searched in March. The attack killed Raul Reyes, the guerrillas' second in command, who acted as the group's foreign minister.
Initially, the release of email messages documenting friendly relationships between the guerrillas and the leftist governments of Ecuador and Venezuela strained relations between Colombia and its neighbors. Since then, other emails made public have linked FARC leaders to government officials, academics, far-left political parties and union activists in Spain, Italy, Germany, Canada, Brazil and the United States. (continue reading at World Politics Review)
From Douglas Farah, The FARC’s World of Terror Is Shrinking
The concerted effort by the United States and most of the European Union, along with a few countries in Latin America, are gradually cutting off the operational areas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
Tuesday's OFAC designation of eight members of the FARC's international delegation is another step in that direction. The FARC is a designated terrorist organization by the U.S. and the EU.
These International Commission members represent the FARC in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Panama, Mexico, and Canada.