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Colombia’s government, rebels sign modified peace agreement


11-13-2016 09:21 BJT

Colombia's government and FARC rebel guerillas have agreed on a new peace deal to end a 52-year war. The agreement with the country's biggest rebel group comes after four years of negotiations. 

A joint statement says it "integrates changes, precisions and proposals suggested by the most diverse sectors of society".

Six weeks ago, a previous accord was rejected by a referendum for being too lenient on rebels. The war has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced millions in Colombia.

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