Rejected Colombia peace deal: key points

People protest in Bogota on October 2, 2016Here are key points of the peace deal between the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) and the government, which voters narrowly rejected in a shocking referendum result on Sunday. The result threatens to blast away four years of work by government and FARC negotiators aiming to end more than five decades of armed conflict. Under the full peace deal, the FARC was to begin moving its 5,765 fighters from their jungle and mountain hideouts into disarmament zones.

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