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After over 60 years, Colombians see hope for peace between FARC and the government.
Last Modified: 04 Sep 2012 01:21

The war in Colombia has been ongoing for over 60 years. There have been several failed attempts for peace between the government and FARC.

Now there appears to be another chance, as FARC and the government have supposedly agreed to the termination of the armed conflict. Never before has FARC spoken about laying down their weapons, and many hope it is a sign that dialogue will prevail this time.

Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Bogota.

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