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Peace talks fall apart as rebel group FARC kidnaps Colombian brigadier general




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Colombia is making headlines again after peace talks to end its 50-year guerilla war fell apart over the weekend.

President Juan Manuel Santos halted negotiations that had been going for two years after the rebel group FARC kidnapped a brigadier general there.

FARC leaders justify the capture, arguing that the military leader and his group were moving in a "war zone."

For more on what this means Take Two turns to Thomas Sparrow, a correspondent with BBC Mundo, a spanish language service of the BBC.