"I don't expect sexual freedom to be a thing anytime soon. Especially not for women"
"When the ‘attack’ starts, we stay at home."
"I have no more neighbours. Most of the markets and traditional shops in Venice have closed."
"We attribute many things to tourism, but the truth is that incivility exists both among residents and foreigners."
"It is definitely a great business model - but what kind of student can afford this?"
"I strongly recommend that he use this sensitive position as a tool for gaining divine satisfaction and as a provision for the time he meets with God"
Iranian supreme leader
"In ancient Azerbaijan, when they were making bread, sometimes they had leftover dough. They found a good use for it, a tasty one"
Restaurant manager in Azerbaijan
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Dozens of FARC rebels have gathered in Colombia ahead of handing in their weapons, in what is seen as a first critical step in implementing the peace deal.
The new accord approved by Congress gives the country's largest rebel group six months to abandon its weapons.
The initial agreement with the rebel group was rejected in a national referendum in October.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and Marxist FARC rebel leader Rodrigo Londono have signed another, revised peace deal.
They say it is still too lax on those guilty of serious crimes and want it ratified by another referendum, not voted by Congress as is the plan.
In September, and after four years of talks, members of the FARC rebel group unanimously agree to a peace deal with the government of Colombia.
Colombia’s delayed peace talks with Marxist ELN rebels at the last minute – demanding that a politician, held captive for six months, is freed.
The Colombian government is to start formal peace talks with the ELN – or National Liberation Army – the country’s second largest rebel group.
Demonstrators for peace in Bogotá hail the award for their leader, hoping it will boost efforts to seal peace after voters rejected the deal he negotiated.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has dedicated his 2016 Nobel Peace Prize to the victims of, and those who have lived through, the 52-year conflict with FARC…
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has won the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the country’s civil war.
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Recent polls show two-thirds are likely to vote in favour of the agreement signed between the President and the head of the FARC on Monday.
Colombians are going to the polls on Sunday to decide whether to ratify a peace deal that would bring an end to Latin America's longest running armed conflict.
After four years of talks, FARC members unanimously agreed to a peace deal with the Columbian government to end a bitter conflict that’s lasted more than half a…
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