Thursday, January 8, 2015

Colombia’s ELN guerrillas inch toward peace talks | The Miami Herald

Colombia’s second-largest guerrilla group announced Wednesday that it’s open to peace talks with the government and would consider a ceasefire if negotiations begin in earnest. In a video statement, National Liberation Army (ELN) leader Nicolás Rodríguez said it was time for the 50-year-old guerrilla group to pursue their aims of social justice without weapons.

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