The national referendum in Colombia appears to have voted down the government's peace deal with leftist rebels less than a week after President Juan Manuel Santos signed the historic accord before an audience that included several heads of state and the United Nations secretary-general. Here's a look at the results and what lies ahead:
Opinion polls had predicted the "yes" vote would win by an almost two-to-one margin. But with almost all ballots counted, 50.2 percen...
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