Edgar Bermudez, 35, who was blinded in a 2005 attack by Colombia’s FARC guerrillas, poses with his two daughters Camila Sofia, 5, and Alisson Juliana, 3, outside his home. The government recognizes 6.7 million victims of the 50-year civil conflict.
Edgar Bermudez, 35, who was blinded in a 2005 attack by Colombia’s FARC guerrillas, poses with his two daughters Camila Sofia, 5, and Alisson Juliana, 3, outside his home. The government recognizes 6.7 million victims of the 50-year civil conflict. Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno
Edgar Bermudez, 35, who was blinded in a 2005 attack by Colombia’s FARC guerrillas, poses with his two daughters Camila Sofia, 5, and Alisson Juliana, 3, outside his home. The government recognizes 6.7 million victims of the 50-year civil conflict. Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno

As Colombia pursues peace, victims of the conflict struggle with forgiveness

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