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ARC-EP commander Ivan Marquez delivers a speech at the Convention Palace in Havana before a round of negotiations as part of the peace talks with the Colombian government, on February 5 , 2014. Two Colombian military intelligence chiefs were sacked yesterday after President Juan Manuel Santos ordered a probe of claims an army unit spied on his negotiators holding peace talks with FARC rebels. The Colombian president called the alleged eavesdropping an attempt by "obscure forces" to sabotage his efforts to end the half century old insurgency, denouncing it as "totally unacceptable.
ARC-EP commander Ivan Marquez delivers a speech at the Convention Palace in Havana before a round of negotiations as part of the peace talks with the Colombian government, on February 5 , 2014. Two Colombian military intelligence chiefs were sacked yesterday after President Juan Manuel Santos ordered a probe of claims an army unit spied on his negotiators holding peace talks with FARC rebels. The Colombian president called the alleged eavesdropping an attempt by "obscure forces" to sabotage his efforts to end the half century old insurgency, denouncing it as "totally unacceptable.

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