In a referendum on October 2, Colombians narrowly rejected a peace deal signed between the government and FARC guerrillas, deeming it too lenient on the rebels. Despite this, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was later awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for the historic deal. Last weekend, a new version of the text was agreed upon. However, it remains to be seen whether it will be approved by parliament and accepted by the population, which is more divided than ever. Our correspondents report.
Programme prepared by Elom Marcel Toble and Charlotte Prudhomme.
Latin America specialist, Middlesex University