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.
Rebels and their victims in Colombia stood together as Pope Frances led an open-air Mass. The pope called for reconciliation after decades of fighting between the government and left-wing Colombian rebels.
Colombia signed a peace deal with FARC rebels last November. But large swathes of the county are still mired in violence, as smaller armies try to gain control of the territory. Manuel Rueda reports from Buenaventura.
Colombia's president says the notorious Golfo Clan is ready to disband after a 25-year campaign of drug-related violence. The country has recently signed a peace deal with FARC guerillas and a truce with ELN rebels.
Colombians need to participate in a reconciliation process after years of conflict, Pope Francis told a million believers at a Mass in Medellin. Jesus' way of life calls for a path of love and non-violence, he said.
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