End of FARC Truce Exerts Pressure on Colombia’s Peace Process

By Geraldine Cook
February 04, 2013

Attacks on an oil pipe, kidnapped police officers, and Soldiers killed in combat are the events that followed the end of FARC’s unilateral truce and which are exerting pressure on the peace talks carried out in Havana by the insurgency and President Juan Manuel Santos’ government.

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