In this January file photo, Juliana, 20, left, and Mariana, 24, rebel soldiers for the 36th Front of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, listen to a commander speak on the peace negotiations between the rebels and the Colombian government. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday, June 21, that his government may reach an agreement on a bilateral ceasefire with leftist rebels as early as this week.
In this January file photo, Juliana, 20, left, and Mariana, 24, rebel soldiers for the 36th Front of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, listen to a commander speak on the peace negotiations between the rebels and the Colombian government. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday, June 21, that his government may reach an agreement on a bilateral ceasefire with leftist rebels as early as this week. Rodrigo Abd AP
In this January file photo, Juliana, 20, left, and Mariana, 24, rebel soldiers for the 36th Front of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, listen to a commander speak on the peace negotiations between the rebels and the Colombian government. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Tuesday, June 21, that his government may reach an agreement on a bilateral ceasefire with leftist rebels as early as this week. Rodrigo Abd AP

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