Colombia’s largest guerrilla group declared on Wednesday that it was about to begin an indefinite, unilateral cease-fire, in a challenge to the government to halt hostilities while the two sides continued negotiations toward an end to 50 years of war.
The country’s main rebel group on Tuesday released two low-ranking soldiers captured after a recent clash with government troops, but it remained unclear when it would free a general and two others it seized separately.
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