Nunca Más - No More War In Colombia?
After more than 50 years of bloody civil war, the peace process in Colombia began in 2016. But it is still not clear whether this divided country will finally find peace.
Left-wing militant guerrillas on one side, state violence and right-wing paramilitaries on the other, waged a bloody conflict over land, drugs and power. The consequences for the civilian population: hundreds of thousands dead and millions of refugees.
The FARC, South America's largest guerrilla, signed a peace treaty in 2016, transformed itself into a political party, and 7,000 resistance fighters laid down their arms. The government promised training and reintegration programs to integrate the ex-guerrillas into society.
However, the outcome of this unique peace process remains unclear.