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Life inside Colombia’s FARC

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), the country’s oldest rebel group, has been embroiled in conflict with government forces for nearly five decades. The cat-and-mouse violence had been believed to be coming to an end after government troops killed several of FARC’s leaders in recent years – but the rebels have proven far from defeated, staying in mountainous and jungle regions and using guerrilla styles reminiscent of Che Guevara’s.

Part 2: A column from Latin America’s longest lasting revolutionary army, Colombia’s FARC, is bringing social services to Colombians in rural jungle and mountainous regions of the long conflicted country.

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Duration: 02:52
Country: Colombia
Language: EN
Resolution max: 480p
Video Source: YouTube
Provided by: Al Jazeera English
Published on: 2012-01-31
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