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.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and Marxist rebel leader Timochenko will use a pen made from a bullet on Monday to sign an agreement ending a half-century war that killed a quarter of a million people and made their nation a ...
After more than two years of peace talks, 10 soldiers were killed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the government said.
Accord brings an end to Latin America's longest-running conflict, which has killed hundreds of thousands of people.
The government on Monday ended a war with the FARC rebels, ending a conflict that killed as many as 220,000 people and displaced more than 5 million.