Colombia referendum: Peace talks to be revived despite 'no' vote

Colombia referendum: Peace talks to be revived despite 'no' vote
 

Colombia's president has vowed to continue working for peace despite the shock rejection of a peace deal with Farc rebels by 50.2% of voters.
"I will not give up, I will keep seeking peace until the last minute of my term," Juan Manuel Santos said.
Government negotiators will meet their rebel counterparts in Cuba on Monday to discuss Sunday's referendum result.
Mr Santos and Farc leader Timoleon Jimenez signed the deal last week after nearly four years of negotiations.
It is not yet clear what can be done to save the deal. President Santos earlier said there was no 'Plan B' for... read more

 
3 October 2016 in World News, Views: 27
Source: BBC
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