The head of Colombia's government negotiation team: On Monday, Humberto De la Calle said the military will keep fighting until a ‘verifiable and durable’ bilateral ceasefire is negotiated.
The head of Colombia's government negotiation team: On Monday, Humberto De la Calle said the military will keep fighting until a ‘verifiable and durable’ bilateral ceasefire is negotiated. Desmond Boylan AP file, march 2015
The head of Colombia's government negotiation team: On Monday, Humberto De la Calle said the military will keep fighting until a ‘verifiable and durable’ bilateral ceasefire is negotiated. Desmond Boylan AP file, march 2015

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