The Longest War In Latin America Is Close To Being Over
The agreement still needs to be approved by voters.By Eugene Daniels | August 24, 2016
The longest war in Latin America looks like it's just about done. After four years of negotiations, the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, have signed a peace agreement.
A ceasefire was signed in June, making it easier to get to an actual agreement. A FARC negotiator tweeted: "There is no room for winners or losers when you achieve peace through negotiations. Colombia wins, death loses."