In this Jan. 4, 2016 photo, Yesenia, a 19-year-old rebel soldier for FARC, listens to a commander speak on the peace negotiations between the rebels and the Colombian government, in a hidden camp in the northwest Andes of Colombia. Now peace is within reach as talks between the guerrillas and the government near conclusion in Cuba, and for the first time the rebels are thinking about a future outside this jungle hideout.
In this Jan. 4, 2016 photo, Yesenia, a 19-year-old rebel soldier for FARC, listens to a commander speak on the peace negotiations between the rebels and the Colombian government, in a hidden camp in the northwest Andes of Colombia. Now peace is within reach as talks between the guerrillas and the government near conclusion in Cuba, and for the first time the rebels are thinking about a future outside this jungle hideout. Rodrigo Abd AP
In this Jan. 4, 2016 photo, Yesenia, a 19-year-old rebel soldier for FARC, listens to a commander speak on the peace negotiations between the rebels and the Colombian government, in a hidden camp in the northwest Andes of Colombia. Now peace is within reach as talks between the guerrillas and the government near conclusion in Cuba, and for the first time the rebels are thinking about a future outside this jungle hideout. Rodrigo Abd AP

Peace in Colombia? ‘A dream that’s starting to become reality’

June 22, 2016 11:08 AM

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