Thousands March in Colombia in Support of Peace Deal
Can the treaty be saved? Though Colombia’s voters narrowly rejected a peace accord with rebel group FARC after more than five decades of war, many are taking to the streets to demand peace anyway. President Juan Manuel Santos, who was just awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his effort to solve the conflict, is now working with FARC to make small adjustments to the deal. Its future remains uncertain, though, as former President Alvaro Uribe, who led the referendum campaign against the deal, says small changes aren’t enough.