FARC and Colombian Government are negotiating peace agreement in Havana.
America Security News.- FARC standing in Colombia while negotiations resume in Havana.Photo Credit Reuters
HAVANA — The Colombian government and leftist FARC rebels resumed peace negotiations in Havana on Sunday after a recess of more than two weeks, during which 19 soldiers and a number of rebels were killed and rural protests left four farmers dead and several police injured.
More than 200,000 people have died and millions have been displaced in fighting since the FARC, or Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, was founded in 1964 as a communist agrarian reform movement.
The talks, which began in November, recess every few weeks, then resume, even as the longest, and last, armed conflict in Latin America rages on.READ MORE HERE