Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos is embraced by his wife, Maria Clemencia Rodriguez, after speaking to journalists at the presidential palace in Bogota, Colombia. Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, just days after voters narrowly rejected a peace deal he signed with rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC.
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos is embraced by his wife, Maria Clemencia Rodriguez, after speaking to journalists at the presidential palace in Bogota, Colombia. Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, just days after voters narrowly rejected a peace deal he signed with rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC. Fernando Vergara AP
Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos is embraced by his wife, Maria Clemencia Rodriguez, after speaking to journalists at the presidential palace in Bogota, Colombia. Santos won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday, just days after voters narrowly rejected a peace deal he signed with rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC. Fernando Vergara AP

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