Peace or Justice as Colombians Weigh Deal to End 50-Year War with 'FARC'

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Men in Colombia stand in front of FARC ceasfire graffiti.

Nicholas Casey, Andes Bureau Chief at The New York Times, discusses the peace agreement between Colombian government and the country’s largest rebel group, FARC, to end what has been the Americas' lengthiest war.

This fall, Colombians must vote on the deal in an up-or-down referendum. FARC has vowed to lay down arms and rejoin society, but listeners from Colombia called in to say that there is reason to be suspicious of the rebel group which has terrorized the country for over half a century.