Ivan Marquez, chief negotiator for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, left, arrives for a new round of peace talks with Colombia's government in Havana, Cuba,Wednesday, June 17, 2015. Contentious issues like demobilization of FARC operatives, blame for human rights abuses committed by all sides during the conflict and political reform has slowed the pace of the peace talks that have gone on for two years, with renewed fighting on the ground further limiting progress.
Ivan Marquez, chief negotiator for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, left, arrives for a new round of peace talks with Colombia's government in Havana, Cuba,Wednesday, June 17, 2015. Contentious issues like demobilization of FARC operatives, blame for human rights abuses committed by all sides during the conflict and political reform has slowed the pace of the peace talks that have gone on for two years, with renewed fighting on the ground further limiting progress. Ismael Francisco AP
Ivan Marquez, chief negotiator for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, left, arrives for a new round of peace talks with Colombia's government in Havana, Cuba,Wednesday, June 17, 2015. Contentious issues like demobilization of FARC operatives, blame for human rights abuses committed by all sides during the conflict and political reform has slowed the pace of the peace talks that have gone on for two years, with renewed fighting on the ground further limiting progress. Ismael Francisco AP

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