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Security Council diplomats are already working on authorizing a U.N. observer mission for Colombia, trying to seize the momentum gained at peace talks, diplomats said Wednesday.Britain has circulated the first of two resolutions aimed at authorizing the mission to monitor and verify a future cease-fire between Colombia's government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, Security Council diplomats said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the process is confidential.The diplomats said that because the U.N. mission was requested by both sides they didn't expect any opposition in the Security Council.
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