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Martha luz Amorocho (L) and Aida Avella (R) during a press conference, on October 2, 2014, in Havana. As part of the two-year-old talks, victims of the conflict -- which dates back to the 1960s and has killed 220,000 people and displaced millions more -- are giving testimony in Havana in a bid to help the two sides reach a deal on reparations. The current negotiations between President Juan Manuel Santos's government and the FARC have made the most progress so far toward ending the conflict.  AFP PHOTO/Yamil LAGE        (Photo credit should read YAMIL LAGE/AFP/Getty Images)
Martha luz Amorocho (L) and Aida Avella (R) during a press conference, on October 2, 2014, in Havana. As part of the two-year-old talks, victims of the conflict -- which dates back to the 1960s and has killed 220,000 people and displaced millions more -- are giving testimony in Havana in a bid to help the two sides reach a deal on reparations. The current negotiations between President Juan Manuel Santos's government and the FARC have made the most progress so far toward ending the conflict.  AFP PHOTO/Yamil LAGE        (Photo credit should read YAMIL LAGE/AFP/Getty Images)

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La presidenta de Unión Patriótica Aída Avella comenta la reunión entre el presidente de Colombia Juan Manuel Santos y líderes políticos al día siguiente del plebiscito. Dice que "los que jalonaron el no no tienen ninguna propuesta" y que las víctimas tuvieron una "actitud muy generosa en el proceso".

Presidenta de Unión Patriótica: "Hay que salvar el proceso de paz"

La presidenta de Unión Patriótica Aída Avella comenta la reunión entre el presidente de Colombia Juan Manuel Santos y líderes políticos al día siguiente del plebiscito. Dice que "los que jalonaron el no no tienen ninguna propuesta" y que las víctimas tuvieron una "actitud muy generosa en el proceso".