Colombian Government and the FARC rebels begin to talk peace

The Wire

Thursday, 18 October 2012

Produced by Christopher Testa

After more than 40 years of turmoil, the Colombian Government and the country’s rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces, or FARC, will open peace talks today in what many believe could be a successful attempt to end the armed conflict.

Both parties have recently arrived in the Norwegian capital, Oslo, where peace talks will commence. Christopher Testa spoke to Latin American political analyst Rodrigo Acuña ahead of the opening of peace talks.

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