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Here’s the century-long history behind Colombia’s peace agreement with the FARC

Colombians will vote yes or no on Sunday to approve the Aug. 24 peace accord, which brought a cease-fire after more than five decades of fighting between the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrillas and the Colombian government. Are we witnessing Latin America’s last cold war insurgency, or a continued struggle between capitalist democracy and […]
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