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Why killing of Colombia FARC chief ‘Alfonso Cano’ may delay peace | CSMonitor.com

The killing of the supreme commander of Colombia’s top rebel group may delay rather than precipitate a negotiated end to the country’s nearly half century of civil strife, analysts say.

Guillermo Leon Saenz, better known by his nom de guerre Alfonso Cano, maximum leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) was killed Friday after a bombing raid on his remote camp in southwestern Cauca province.

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