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Colombia Turns Rebels into Civilians

Hispanic Link, News Report, Camila Rodrguez Campo Posted: Nov 06, 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C. Colombia has developed a process to reintegrate former rebel soldiers into civilian life as a way to promote peace, according to Hispanic Link. Colombias high commissioner for peace and high counselor for social and economic reintegration Frank Pearl, based in Bogot, described the process to Weekly Report. To date, 50,000 former anti-government combatants have become involved in the integration process, which is gaining attention nationally.




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