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Manuel Gonzales, a FARC political leader and former FARC commander, hugs a friend at the funeral of his son, former FARC guerrilla Manuel Antonio Gonzalez, in Medellin, Colombia, in December. Gonzales was shot dead near the Territorial Area of Training and Reincorporation for ex-FARC guerrillas. Joaquin Sarmiento/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Colombia's FARC Rebels Laid Down Their Weapons, But A Growing Number Are Being Killed

FARC guerrillas agreed to disarm in a 2016 peace deal, and Colombia's government promised to protect them. But in the years since, nearly 200 former FARC rebels have been attacked and killed.

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Manuel Gonzales, a FARC political leader and former FARC commander, hugs a friend at the funeral of his son, former FARC guerrilla Manuel Antonio Gonzalez, in Medellin, Colombia, in December. Gonzales was shot dead near the Territorial Area of Training and Reincorporation for ex-FARC guerrillas. Joaquin Sarmiento/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Colombia's FARC Rebels Laid Down Their Weapons, But A Growing Number Are Being Killed

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