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Why the Colombia peace agreement failed, and what we can expect now

On Sunday, Oct. 2, Colombian voters unexpectedly rejected the peace agreement between the government and the FARC. Polls just before the vote showed the accord likely to succeed.  Instead, it failed by an incredibly thin margin. Thirteen million voters turned out to the polls, and 50.2 percent rejected the agreement. The government held the vote […]
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