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The peace process between Farc and Colombia, part 2

By Emily Wright

In Colombia, the Farc rebel group is on the verge of signing a peace treaty with the government. For decades they've fought the government and have been blamed for kidnappings and drug running. While the group has trained and armed their recruits, it has also taught them about philosophy, political economy, party structure, history and culture, elements referred to as education by the Farc, but what critics call indoctrination. Emily Wright reports from a school hidden deep in the Colombian hills and jungles, as the group begins to look at the possible end of their war.

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