Colombia's government says it will sign a new peace accord with leftist FARC rebels after a previous deal was rejected in an October referendum. The new revised agreement will be submitted to the legislature for approval - but not to the public.
Fear has returned to Colombia, two years after the government signed a peace deal with FARC rebels. Real peace remains an illusion, as this week’s bomb attack has shown. Ofelia Harms Arruti reports from Bogota.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos leaves office with low support for his deal with FARC rebels, cocaine production at a record high and UN concern over rising violence. Where is the peace he won a Nobel Prize for?
In cities across Colombia, thousands of people marched for peace after Thursday's car bombing attack that killed 20 police academy cadets. President Duque cancelled peace talks with ELN rebels in response to the attack.
A car bomb exploded at Bogota's General Santander Police Academy, killing at least 21 people and injuring 68 more. The government has blamed ELN rebels for the blast.
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