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Colombian voters reject peace deal between the government and FARC rebels

Opponents of a landmark peace agreement between the Colombian government and the nation’s largest rebel group were headed to an upset victory in extremely close voting Sunday — an indication of how divided this nation is over terms of the deal that took nearly four years to negotiate.  With 99%...
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