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With Colombia’s Peace Deal in Doubt, a Battered Town Fears a Return to War

“We’re tired of so much violence,” said a resident of rural Bojayá, where 14 years after a guerrilla mortar killed dozens inside a church, 96 percent of voters supported an accord.
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