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  • A look at Marquetalia, birthplace of Colombia's rebel movement

    There hasn't been active combat In Marquetalia, the birthplace of Colombia’s FARC guerrillas, for several years, yet the rebels' presence is still felt. As the Colombian government and rebels hash out a peace deal in Havana, Cuba, villagers hope peace will bring progress.

There hasn't been active combat In Marquetalia, the birthplace of Colombia’s FARC guerrillas, for several years, yet the rebels' presence is still felt. As the Colombian government and rebels hash out a peace deal in Havana, Cuba, villagers hope peace will bring progress. Jim Wyss jwyss@miamiherald.com
There hasn't been active combat In Marquetalia, the birthplace of Colombia’s FARC guerrillas, for several years, yet the rebels' presence is still felt. As the Colombian government and rebels hash out a peace deal in Havana, Cuba, villagers hope peace will bring progress. Jim Wyss jwyss@miamiherald.com

In FARC birthplace, prospect of peace after 52 years brings hope — and worry

August 19, 2016 8:00 AM