Government and FARC negotiators reach a deal on reparations for war victims as both sides seek a peace pact to end Latin America's longest conflict.
Indigenous people in Colombia suffered greatly during years of armed conflict between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. But since last year's peace agreement, some things have gotten worse.
President Juan Manuel Santos and the leaders of the FARC, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, signed a peace deal on November 24, 2016. Has the goal been achieved?
Members of the now disbanded FARC have nominated ex-leader Rodrigo Londono, known as 'Timochenko,' to run for president in next year's election. Londono and other ex-rebels may face trials for human rights crimes.
Colombian guerrilla group the ELN and the country's armed forces have begun a ceasefire after five decades of violence. The truce is the result of ongoing peace talks with the government.
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