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After defeat of the FARC peace deal, Colombians wonder what's next

If he is to salvage a peace deal he spent four years crafting but which couldn’t pass muster with Colombian voters, President Juan Manuel Santos must soon present a bipartisan plan to refashion the accord to make it more acceptable to the broader  public, analysts agreed Monday. To do that, Santos...
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