Colombia's Peace Deal Is In Pieces. So What Happens Next?
Despite the rejection of a peace agreement, both the rebels and the government say they're still committed to the peace process.By Matt Picht | October 3, 2016
A "historic" peace deal to end Colombia's decades-long internal conflict has gone up in smoke. And no one's really sure what will happen next.
The peace agreement between the government and the FARC rebels had to pass a popular referendum in order to take effect. In a shocking result, 50.2 percent of voters opposed the deal. Turnout for the vote was also exceptionally low at 37 percent.