High in the hills of central Colombia, surrounded by coffee and bean
farms, a cluster of eight villages has managed to do what the rest of the
nation only aspires to: sign a peace deal with the country’s largest guerrilla
Since 1996, these eight isolated indigenous communities have had a peace
pact — the country’s only functioning agreement — with the Revolutionary Armed
Forces of Colombia, or FARC guerrillas, that locals say has saved, perhaps,
hundreds of lives.
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