Can Colombia's Nobel Prize save the peace process?

Can Colombia's Nobel Prize save the peace process?

Less than a week ago, Colombians voted "no" to an agreement with the guerrilla group the Farc, sparking a political crisis that threatened the peace process.
Now the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to President Juan Manuel Santos for his efforts in the negotiations.
Could that be enough to save the agreement?
Triumph to trials The peace process with the Farc is on a roller coaster ride.
Mr Santos spent four years in difficult negotiations before signing an agreement in August at a triumphant ceremony in Cartagena. But the public vote rejecting the accord left him with little to... read more

8 October 2016 in World News, Views: 39
Source: BBC

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