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Colombian Voters' Rejection of a Historic Peace Deal Offers a Dire Warning for Us All

Colombian voters shocked the world over the weekend by rejecting a landmark peace deal between their government and the FARC guerillas, which would have formally ended a 52-year civil war that has killed more than 220,000 people. There may be some scrambling on Monday in Oslo, as Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC commander Rodrigo Londono (aka Timochenko) had been considered frontrunners for the Nobel Peace Prize that is scheduled to be announced later this week.
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