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FARC
The former armed group officially launched its political party last week, but will find obstacles on the path to electoral success.
An unrelated controversy over gender identity helped mobilize Colombia’s social conservatives against the FARC peace agreement.
A close look at the October 2 vote reveals why restarting Colombia's peace process may not be so easy.
For Colombia's young combatants, the end of one war can mean the beginning of another.
Colombia and the FARC lay down their arms. Plus: a verdict for Dilma, EPN's fourth annual report, and more.
The former senator and FARC prisoner tells AQ why she supports peace negotiations and what she says to those who don’t.

FARC negotiators expect to reach a deal on discharging children under 15 from the group's ranks during the upcoming round of talks.

According to a statement read aloud at yesterday’s ongoing peace talks in Havana, the FARC guerrillas and Colombian government agreed to establish a truth commission to investigate atrocities committed during the continuing conflict.

On Wednesday, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos ordered the resumed bombing of the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia—FARC) after an early morning attack by the rebel group killed at least 10 soldiers and left 17 injured.

Sí, el proceso de paz es irreversible. Lo que es indeterminable es la firma de la paz.

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