THE NEWSMAKERS - COLOMBIA: THE LONG WAR

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1. Government

1.1. Land reform

1.2. Stopping drug trade

1.3. Amnesty

1.4. Disarmament

1.5. Demobilization

2. REVOLUTIONARY ARMED FORCES OF COLOMBIA (FARC)

2.1. Finances

2.1.1. Kidnapping

2.1.2. Success of drug trafficking

2.1.2.1. Pablo Escobar

2.1.2.1.1. Medellin Cartel

2.1.3. Extorting

2.2. Territories

2.2.1. Landmines

2.2.1.1. Fields and forests

2.3. 1964

2.4. Marxists

2.5. Rural population representation against Colombia's elites

2.6. Political party exterminated by right-wing in the 90s

2.7. Targets/Enemies

2.7.1. Civilians

2.7.2. Government

2.7.3. Army

2.7.4. Paramilitary

2.7.5. Relatives

2.8. Controlled a third of the country in the 90s

2.9. Started with 20,000 fighters

2.10. 8,000 fighters remaining today

3. COLOMBIAN PEOPLE

3.1. 220,000 murders

3.2. 6 million forced displacements

3.3. FIlled with hate, bitterness, and fear

3.4. Dream of a better country

3.5. Think violence won't end

3.6. Don't forgive nor forget

4. PEACE PROCESS

4.1. Interests

4.1.1. FARC

4.1.1.1. Keeping weapons and territories

4.1.1.2. Political representation

4.2. Deal

4.2.1. Signed by

4.2.1.1. Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia's President)

4.2.1.2. Rodrigo Londoño (FARC leader)

4.2.2. November 24th, 2016

4.3. Talks

4.3.1. Started on September 4th, 2012

5. POST-CONFLICT

5.1. Pablo Escobar wannabes

5.2. Small -scale drug trade

5.3. Rebel groups

5.3.1. ELN

6. GOVERNMENT

6.1. Plan Colombia

6.1.1. Andres Pastrana, Colombia's President 1998-2002

6.1.2. U.S government

6.1.2.1. Donated billions of dollars and weapons to the Colombian army