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Timeline of Colombia conflict

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for his efforts in bringing to an end 50 years of conflict with the FARC rebels. Here are the key dates in Latin America's longest armed conflict, which killed 260,000 people, according to Colombian authorities. - 1964: FARC formed - The government launches an offensive against communist groups in the center and west of the country.
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