Colombia withdraws negotiator in setback for peace talks
BOGOTA, Colombia — Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos said new rebel attacks Wednesday have prompted him to recall his chief negotiator to peace talks with the country’s last remaining insurgent group in a setback for efforts to end a half-century of political violence in the South American nation.
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