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FARC demobilization process begins
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Some 7,000 combatants are concentrated in 26 areas where they will lay aside their weapons and re-enter civilian life.

The last group of combatants of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) arrived on Feb. 18 to La Montañita municipality, located in the southern department of Caquetá, one of the 26 zones where some 7,000 guerrilla fighters are concentrated as part of the disarmament process and their re-entering into civilian life.see more
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