Colombia suffers divisions despite 2016 Nobel Peace Prize win

The 2016 Nobel Peace Prize award that went to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was seen as a boost to government efforts to strike a deal with left-wing rebels.

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    The 2016 Nobel Peace Prize award that went to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was seen as a boost to government efforts to strike a deal with left-wing rebels.

    But 12 months on and despite the agreement with the revolutionary forces, deep divisions remain in Colombia.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Bogota.


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