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Colombia’s presidential run-off

Colombians headed to the polls for the second time in less than a month, after the presidential vote a few weeks ago proved inconclusive after no candidate won a majority. The result was a face-off between the leftist Gustavo Petro and the right winger Ivan Duque. Many saw the election as a referendum on the historic but controversial peace agreement with the FARC rebels. Duque thought it was too lenient but Petro backed the deal. Now the results are in what will that mean for the historic peace deal with the FARC. Hyder Abbasi reports.

Colombia Presidential Election: Colombians vote Sunday in first round of polls

Colombia Presidential Election: Colombians vote Sunday in first round of polls

Colombia Presidential Election: Voters face polarising choice in run off

Colombia Presidential Election: Voters face polarising choice in run off

Colombia Elections: FARC worried for their future after election

Colombia Elections: FARC worried for their future after election

Is Colombia’s Duque Dismantling FARC Peace Deal?

Is Colombia’s Duque Dismantling FARC Peace Deal?

Turkey welcomes 10 nations reaffirming Vienna Convention commitment

Turkey welcomes 10 nations reaffirming Vienna Convention commitment

Sudanese PM and cabinet members arrested by military

Sudanese PM and cabinet members arrested by military

Endangered leaopards reappear in Islamabad's Margala Hills

Endangered leaopards reappear in Islamabad's Margala Hills

Displaced families built a community underground in Al Bab

Displaced families built a community underground in Al Bab

Company finds world's largest helium gas reserves

Company finds world's largest helium gas reserves

Colombia captures country's most wanted drug trafficker in Uraba

Colombia captures country's most wanted drug trafficker in Uraba

Actor Alec Baldwin questioned by police after the fatal shooting

Actor Alec Baldwin questioned by police after the fatal shooting

Incureable disease appears to be on the rise again

Incureable disease appears to be on the rise again

Italy's former minister Salvini appears for migrant kidnapping trial

Italy's former minister Salvini appears for migrant kidnapping trial

Local farmers in Afrin hope pomegranate business will grow

Local farmers in Afrin hope pomegranate business will grow

US gripped by supply chain crisis

US gripped by supply chain crisis

After 19-month halt, Iran resumes issuing tourist visas

After 19-month halt, Iran resumes issuing tourist visas

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