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Colombia and FARC Sign Revised Peace Deal

By Luz Mosquera

On November 30, Colombia signed a new and modified version of the peace deal with rebel group FARC. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos continued his plan to sign the peace deal that would end a war with FARC that has lasted 52 years, resulted in many deaths, and created vast numbers of refugees. 313 more words


November 14, 2016

Forty-one days after voters rejected a peace deal to end Colombia’s half-century old armed conflict, Colombian government and FARC-EP negotiators announced late Sunday night that they had completed a revised agreement.   902 more words


Colombia President Extends Truce in Hope of Reviving Peace Deal

BOGOTÁ, Colombia — President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia on Thursday extended a cease-fire with the country’s largest rebel group through the end of the year as he seeks to revive a peace accord to end five decades of war after voters rejected the deal in a referendum. 337 more words

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So! (en) | Radio piece on Colombia's historic peace deal

The deal brought an end to a 52-year-old war with las FARC, however, the ultimate choice was on the hands of the Colombian people who rejected the deal in the referendum of October, 2nd. 211 more words


What Comes Next For Juan Manuel Santos and Colombia?

This past Sunday was the absolute low point for Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos. His signature achievement—a peace accord signed last month to end a half-century-old guerrilla war with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as (FARC)—had just been rejected by Colombian voters… 1,149 more words

Colombian president wins Nobel Peace Prize for ending 50-year war

OSLO – Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has been selected as this year’s winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee rewarded Santos “for his resolute efforts to bring the country’s more than 50-year-long civil war to an end.” 140 more words


Yes. There is Peace in Colombia


A breakthrough vote just happened in Colombia. A vote that is confusing to many. It needs to be re-negotiated and will go forward again to be ratified by the Colombian people. 807 more words