Will new Colombia deal save the peace?

People sew white sheets with names of victims of the Colombian conflict painted in ash on them, in Bolivar square, BogotaSix weeks after Colombians shocked the world by rejecting a historic peace accord with the FARC rebels, negotiators have come back with a new deal. “Implement this now,” the government’s chief negotiator, Humberto de la Calle, urged the country Tuesday, a day after version 2.0 was published. After four years of talks and a last-ditch return to the drawing board, “there’s really no more room to negotiate,” said De la Calle.

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