Colombia ready for peace, says Americas think tank

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Colombia's president Juan Manuel Santos has confirmed his government is seeking peace with the country's biggest guerrilla group, known as the Farc.

The left-wing group has been fighting the government for almost five decades, and said last year that it wanted to start peace negotiations.

Peter Hakim from Inter-American Dialogue, a US-based think tank examining relations in the Americas, assessed the chances of any talks.

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