Americas FARC peace talks: Colombia struggles to pinpoint 'who is a victim'

The FARC and the Colombian government have reached peace talk deals on half of their six-point agenda. No issue has sparked such heated debate as the compensation and recognition of victims.

By , Correspondent


Ever since leftist rebel and government negotiators began peace talks to end Colombia's half-century of conflict, they have claimed that victims are at the center of the process. But as negotiators turn to compensation for those who suffered at the hands of guerrillas, Colombia is asking itself just who should be considered a victim.