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05.10.2016

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Shock in Colombia after failure of referendum to approve a peace deal MP3

The failure of a referendum in Colombia to approve a peace deal between the country's government and the guerrilla organisation FARC has left many perplexed and disheartened. The deal had taken four years to hammer out - not surprising given that the conflict had been going on for more than five decades. Fewer than 40 per cent of Colombians actually bothered to vote, and of those who did, just over 50 per cent voted ... Source: abc.net.au

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