A man wears a satchel that says “peace” in Cartagena, Colombia. “The extraordinary effort made by both sides at the negotiating table will soon be rewarded with a definitive peace deal,” Iván Márquez, the chief negotiator for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, tweeted late Friday.
A man wears a satchel that says “peace” in Cartagena, Colombia. “The extraordinary effort made by both sides at the negotiating table will soon be rewarded with a definitive peace deal,” Iván Márquez, the chief negotiator for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, tweeted late Friday. Jim Wyss Miami Herald
A man wears a satchel that says “peace” in Cartagena, Colombia. “The extraordinary effort made by both sides at the negotiating table will soon be rewarded with a definitive peace deal,” Iván Márquez, the chief negotiator for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, tweeted late Friday. Jim Wyss Miami Herald

Hopes running high for a new Colombia-guerrilla peace deal soon

November 12, 2016 5:07 PM

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