BOGOTÁ, Colombia -- The death of FARC commander Raúl Reyes is being seen here as a significant turning point in Colombia's internal armed conflict with Latin America's oldest insurgency, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. While the killing of Reyes on Ecuadorian soil has sparked a diplomatic crisis between Colombia and its neighbors, it is the impact of his death on the country's conflict that will be noted in the annals of Colombian history.

In Colombia, Reyes' Death Seen as Turning Point in War Against FARC

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BOGOTÁ, Colombia -- The death of FARC commander Raúl Reyes is being seen here as a significant turning point in Colombia's internal armed conflict with Latin America's oldest insurgency, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.

While the killing of Reyes on Ecuadorian soil has sparked a diplomatic crisis between Colombia and its neighbors, it is the impact of his death on the country's conflict that will be noted in the annals of Colombian history. ...

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