Colombians appear to have rejected the peace deal by razor-thin margin, in what is a major shock for the war-torn country .
With more than 99% of the votes counted and as the results are all but final, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and the FARC rebel movement are keeping quiet so far following what looks like a shock defeat of their peace deal in a national referendum Sunday.
FARC leader Ivan Marquez, reached by Caracol TV in Havana, declined to comment, saying consultations are ...
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