Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrillas listen during a "class" on the peace process between the Colombian government and their force, at a camp in the Colombian mountains on February 18, 2016. AFP PHOTO / LUIS ACOSTA
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Colombian guerrilla group FARC threw new doubt Wednesday on the possibility of meeting the March 23 deadline that it and the government have set to sign a peace deal.The Marxist guerrillas and President Juan Manuel Santos's government have cemented a series of partial deals at the talks, but divisive issues remain on the path to a final accord.They have yet to agree on how to disarm rebel fighters and whether an eventual peace deal should be put to a referendum, as Santos wants, or adopted via a constitutional assembly, as the FARC demands.
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