Juan Manuel Santos

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The Guardian view on the case for legalising drugs: time to be reasonable | Editorial
Editorial: Addiction, trafficking and incarceration cause enormous harm. The UK must learn from the countries that are trying to find solutions


29, Jul, 2019 @5:43 PM

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Farc eyes Colombia's 2018 elections as it seeks new political dawn
Party faces uphill battle for political acceptance by voters who were taught to see its members as a terror threat over decades of violence

Sibylla Brodzinsky in Bogotá

01, Sep, 2017 @11:45 PM

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Colombia death toll rises as gangs fill vacuum left by Farc rebels
Peace has proved more dangerous than war for activists and local leaders. Can the state stop the killings?

Emma Graham-Harrison

19, Feb, 2017 @12:04 AM

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We must agree peace by Christmas or hope will end, says Colombian leader
Juan Manuel Santos says he wants consensus for a deal with the Farc – but is not prepared to risk further delay

John Mulholland and Ed Vulliamy

29, Oct, 2016 @11:01 PM

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Just like the Brexit vote, the Colombian referendum was corrupted by lies | Juan Gabriel Vásquez
The country’s voters rejected a peace deal with the Farc guerrillas. But their decision was swayed by an opposition leader who will do anything for power

Juan Gabriel Vásquez

10, Oct, 2016 @8:00 AM

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The Kissinger Index: awkward moments in Nobel peace prize history
Colombian president Juan Manuel Santos won the award this week despite the country’s rejection of his peace deal with Farc – but he’s not the first laureate to raise a few eyebrows

Will Dean

09, Oct, 2016 @3:00 PM

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Juan Manuel Santos: peace prize winner still in search of the final deal
The Colombian president is the Nobel laureate. But, in a plebiscite last week, Colombians rejected his proposed deal to end the war with Farc. Can he still get his hands on the real prize - lasting peace?

John Mulholland and Ed Vulliamy

08, Oct, 2016 @11:02 PM

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The Guardian view on the Nobel peace prize: a reward for effort | Editorial
Editorial: Although his side lost the peace referendum in Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos deserves the recognition and encouragement of the prize


07, Oct, 2016 @5:50 PM

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Nobel peace prize revives hopes of Colombia's peace process with Farc
Honor bestowed upon Juan Manuel Santos surprised many Colombians who believed his chances had been scuttled by popular rejection of the peace deal

Sibylla Brodzinsky in Bogotá

07, Oct, 2016 @5:00 PM

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Nobel peace prize 2016: committee say award is 'tribute to the Colombian people' - live
Award comes despite peace deal being voted down in a referendum

Kate Lyons

07, Oct, 2016 @2:09 PM

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Juan Manuel Santos’s Nobel prize could save the peace process in Colombia | Ciaran Norris
Syria’s White Helmets were the popular choice – but awarding the Nobel peace prize to Colombia’s president may help to end the country’s 52-year conflict

Ciarán Norris

07, Oct, 2016 @1:31 PM

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Juan Manuel Santos wins Nobel peace prize despite rejection of Farc peace deal
Colombian president awarded honour days after country thrown into turmoil over rejection of peace deal in referendum

Sibylla Brodzinsky in Bogotá and Jon Henley

07, Oct, 2016 @11:20 AM

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