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February 3, 2001 | Reuters
Rebel leader Manuel "Sure Shot" Marulanda has agreed to Colombian President Andres Pastrana's demand for face-to-face talks in a guerrilla enclave to revive stalled peace talks, a rebel commander said Friday. Alfonso Cano, chief ideologue of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, told reporters that Marulanda, who formed the FARC in the mid-1960s, had agreed to meet Thursday with Pastrana. "I agree . . . that we need to meet again.
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March 10, 2001 | Associated Press
The government and leftist rebels Friday designated 10 mostly European and Latin American countries as support nations for peace talks to end Colombia's four-decade conflict. Forming the "facilitating commission" are Canada, Cuba, Spain, France, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Venezuela, the government and the rebels said in a statement.
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March 10, 2001 | Associated Press
The government and leftist rebels Friday designated 10 mostly European and Latin American countries as support nations for peace talks to end Colombia's four-decade conflict. Forming the "facilitating commission" are Canada, Cuba, Spain, France, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Venezuela, the government and the rebels said in a statement.
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February 3, 2001 | Reuters
Rebel leader Manuel "Sure Shot" Marulanda has agreed to Colombian President Andres Pastrana's demand for face-to-face talks in a guerrilla enclave to revive stalled peace talks, a rebel commander said Friday. Alfonso Cano, chief ideologue of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, told reporters that Marulanda, who formed the FARC in the mid-1960s, had agreed to meet Thursday with Pastrana. "I agree . . . that we need to meet again.
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