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Timeline of the Colombia conflict

After half a century of conflict, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the country's government signed a full peace accord on Monday. Here are key dates in Latin America's longest armed conflict, which has killed 260,000 people according to Colombian authorities. - 1964: FARC formed - The government launches an offensive against communist groups in the center and west of the country.
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