Farc says Colombia peace talks will not mean arms go quiet
Negotiators from the Colombian government and left-wing Farc rebels have set the stage for their first direct talks for a decade.
After almost 50 years of conflict, the two sides launched the peace process at a hotel in Norway, with negotiations expected to last months.
Farc delegation head Ivan Marquez said peace "does not mean that arms go quiet", but "attacking" the causes of the conflict.
18 Oct 2012
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean