Uribe Sets Colombia Agenda as Rebels Deploy to Jungle Hideouts

  • Santos government is holding talks with FARC and opposition
  • Guerrillas unable to demobilize after voters rejected deal

Colombian opposition leader Alvaro Uribe and Marxist rebels remained locked in radically different positions Thursday, as the government holds talks with both groups aimed at breaking the deadlock and ending the nation’s five-decade conflict.

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