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Colombia’s FARC rebels begin disarming under peace deal

By AlJazeera
02 March 2017   |   10:04 am
Colombia's FARC rebels have begun turning in their weapons to the United Nations in specially designated zones. The rebels signed a peace agreement with the government late last year, ending Latin America's longest-running conflict.

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