Latin America Monitor How have Colombia-FARC peace talks affected scale of conflict?

The FARC displaced roughly 50,000 people since peace talks began in 2012, according to a UN report. But the rebel group's role in driving overall violence in Colombia since 2012 isn't clear cut. 

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A new United Nations report provides some sense of the scale of Colombia's conflict since rebel group the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) began peace talks with the government in 2012, even as negotiations remain in limbo following the capture of a military general in November.