Colombia peace deal faces setback

The deadline for FARC to give up its weapons and end more than 50 years of war isn't likely to happen, and the possibility of ending the conflict seems even more elusive.

Photo by: Reuters Archive
Photo by: Reuters Archive

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) is due to lay down its weapons on Monday to contribute the peace process with the government.

The peace deal between the Colombian government and the country's Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) faces a serious setback.

The Monday deadline for the rebel group to give up its weapons and end more than 50 years of war isn't likely to happen.

TRT World's Anelise Borges reports.

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