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Colombia's FARC rebels back drug legalization

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HAVANA (AP) — Colombia's main rebel army called on the government Wednesday to legalize the cultivation of marijuana, poppy and coca leaf, as well as the personal consumption of drugs derived from those plants. The chief negotiator of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, presented the proposal as part of the rebels' position in peace talks launched in Norway in October and begun...

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