Workers at La Fortuna, a farm near Yopal, Colombia harvest pineapples. The farm has brought together an unlikely group of former guerrilla and paramilitary fighters.
Workers at La Fortuna, a farm near Yopal, Colombia harvest pineapples. The farm has brought together an unlikely group of former guerrilla and paramilitary fighters. Thomas Wagner For the Miami Herald
Workers at La Fortuna, a farm near Yopal, Colombia harvest pineapples. The farm has brought together an unlikely group of former guerrilla and paramilitary fighters. Thomas Wagner For the Miami Herald

Peace pineapples: Longtime enemies in rural Colombia find harmony on farm

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