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Colombia's biggest narcotics gang, Clan del Golfo (AGC), declares a cease-fire in effect since December 13. They say the gesture is meant "to contribute to a full, total and lasting peace." The Colombian government says that it welcomes the move but also that it will continue their pressure on the organization.

Colombia's biggest narcotics gang, the paramilitary Clan del Golfo, has announced it has stopped armed actions to support peace efforts aimed at burying a half a century of conflict between the government and rebel forces. Current top breaking Philippine headlines regarding the nation, world, metro manila, regions and exclusive special investigative reports.

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  1. The biggest narcotics gang of the country, the paramilitary Clan del Golfo (AGC), declares a cease-fire in effect since December 13.
  2. The biggest narcotics gang of the country, the far-right paramilitary Clan del Golfo (AGC), declares a cease-fire in effect since December 13. They say the gesture is meant "to contribute to a full, total and lasting peace." The government does not consider the gang as a political actor in the Colombian peace process.
  3. The biggest narcotics gang in the country, the far-right paramilitary Clan del Golfo (AGC), declares a cease-fire in effect since December 13. They say the gesture is meant "to contribute to a full, total and lasting peace." The government does not consider the gang as a political actor in the Colombian peace process. The peace process foresees leniency measures for the repentant.
  4. Colombia's biggest narcotics gang, Clan del Golfo (AGC), declares a cease-fire in effect since December 13. They say the gesture is meant "to contribute to a full, total and lasting peace." The Colombian government says that it welcomes the move but also that it will continue their pressure on the organization.

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