Part of the 9,517 weapons seized from the FARC and ELN guerrillas criminal gangs and organized crime are seen before being melted in furnaces of the National Steel Factory (Sidenal), on November 25, 2014 in Sogamoso, Boyaca department, Colombia. The metal (iron and steel), obtained from these weapons will be used in the manufacture of rods used to reinforce the foundations and columns of schools and hospitals in areas of armed conflict.
Part of the 9,517 weapons seized from the FARC and ELN guerrillas criminal gangs and organized crime are seen before being melted in furnaces of the National Steel Factory (Sidenal), on November 25, 2014 in Sogamoso, Boyaca department, Colombia. The metal (iron and steel), obtained from these weapons will be used in the manufacture of rods used to reinforce the foundations and columns of schools and hospitals in areas of armed conflict. GUILLERMO LEGARIA AFP/Getty Images
Part of the 9,517 weapons seized from the FARC and ELN guerrillas criminal gangs and organized crime are seen before being melted in furnaces of the National Steel Factory (Sidenal), on November 25, 2014 in Sogamoso, Boyaca department, Colombia. The metal (iron and steel), obtained from these weapons will be used in the manufacture of rods used to reinforce the foundations and columns of schools and hospitals in areas of armed conflict. GUILLERMO LEGARIA AFP/Getty Images

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