Colombia’s FARC rebels opened its last general conference as a rebel army after more than five decades of conflict. Hundreds of gun-toting rebels will vote on a historic peace deal reached with the government of President Juan Manuel Santos, which means FARC will lay down its weapons and become an unarmed political party, ending the longest-running civil war in the Americas. CCTV’s Toby Muse reports.
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