Colombia's Path to Peace: Can historic deal with FARC rebels work? (part 1)
Have the guns gone silent for good in Colombia, or is it too soon to celebrate the end of Latin America's longest conflict? The government deal with the FARC in Havana was hailed for the novel ways it promises guarantees for the guerrillas who lay down their weapons and come out of the jungle. But will the guerrillas listen to their leadership? In particular, what about those who dabble in the drug trade? What about the livelihood and safety of indigenous peasants?