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Colombia, armed faction agree to ceasefire, future peace talks


The government of Colombia and armed dissidents who broke off from what was once the nation's largest insurgency agree to renew a ceasefire and join peace talks. A joint statement did not specify how soon the ceasefire would take effect but said peace talks would subsequently begin between the government and the dissidents of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), an insurgency that laid down arms in 2016. IMAGES

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