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Sofía Nariño, an ex-combatant of the FARC running for a seat on Bogotá’s city council, sits for a portrait on election night at FARC party headquarters under a row of photographs of legendary FARC guerrilla fighters in Bogotá, Colombia.Photography:

Once Rebel Fighters, These Women Hope to Change the Face of Colombian Politics

Female FARC political party candidates have a long road ahead, but are making significant progress

SSofía Nariño arrived at the voting station in Bogotá’s well-to-do Teusaquillo neighborhood, dressed in a lacy white blouse and a leather bolo tie necklace, secured with…




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