Colombia's hopes for peace
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Stephen Sackur travels on roads once plagued by hostage taking.

HARDtalk's Stephen Sackur takes to the road in Colombia - a country which has lived through 50 years of war and is desperately looking for a path to lasting peace.

The struggle for Colombia's future will not be settled in the capital Bogota but in the villages and rural areas which are traditionally the stronghold of Colombia's armed revolutionary movement known as the FARC.

Stephen Sackur travels down the roads once plagued with guerrilla road blocks and hostage taking and talks to people about their hopes for peace.

  • 14 Dec 2015
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