Colombia's deaf devise new way to discuss peace deal

Colombia's deaf community has devised a new way to communicate their thoughts on the peace deal between government and FARC rebels, who have formed their own legitimate political party.

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    Colombia's deaf community has devised a new way to communicate their thoughts on the peace deal between government and FARC rebels, who have formed their own legitimate political party. The truce has deeply divided the country as Colombians struggled to find common ground on the thorny issues of conflict and justice.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Bogota.


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