UN and Colombia sign anti-cocaine pact

The United Nations and Colombia have signed an agreement aimed at disrupting the country's cocaine trade.

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    The United Nations and Colombia have signed an agreement aimed at disrupting the country's cocaine trade.

    It is part of peace efforts between the government and FARC rebels who long controlled the distribution of drugs.

    Al Jazeera’s Alessandro Rampietti reports from the capital, Bogota.


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