Colombia FARC: Most former fighters still committed to peace deal

This is despite announcement by FARC's former second-in-command that he and others would take up arms again.

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    FARC fighters who laid down their weapons in Colombia say they remain committed to peace, despite some former commanders urging them to rearm.

    The commanders accuse the government of betraying the deal, which ended Colombia's civil war three years ago.

    Al Jazeera's Alessandro Rampietti reports from Icononzo, south of the capital Bogota where conditions are poor for those struggling to reintegrate.


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