Colombian rebels’ faith in peace unshaken by election, for now


ICONONZO, Colombia (Reuters) – Cesar Gonzalez is proud of his tin-roofed cabin in the warm hills of central Colombia. Clothes hang neatly along the wall and shelves are lined with coffee and sugar jars. He has two beds, a gas stove and a fridge.

Cesar Gonzalez, 62, former rebel fighter in the ranks of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) for 31 years attends a Reuters interview in his tin cabin near Icononzo town, Colombia June 6, 2018. REUTERS/Luis Jaime Acosta

It is a far cry from his life up until two years ago as a rebel fighter in the ranks of the Revolutionary Armed…



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