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Colombia peace deal on verge of failure in tight election, guerrilla future in doubt

This long-troubled nation appeared to poised to leap into the void Sunday, narrowly rejecting a peace deal with the country's largest guerrilla group that aimed to end more than a … Click to Continue »
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