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Colombia Plunged Into Uncertainty As Voters Narrowly Reject Peace Deal With FARC Rebels

By Helen Murphy and Julia Symmes Cobb BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombians narrowly rejected a peace deal with Marxist insurgents on Sunday, plunging the nation into uncertainty and handing a major defeat to President Juan Manuel Santos, who had staked his reputation on ending the 52-year war. Before the referendum, Santos, 53, said he had no Plan B and would return Colombia to war if the “no” vote won.
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