Colombia's second-largest rebel group said it's willing to lay down its weapons if government-brokered peace talks open political space for leftist groups.
The National Liberation Army made the announcement Wednesday by releasing a video of the group's top commander, Nicolas Rodriguez, best known by his alias Gabino, addressing guerrilla fighters at a recent jungle congress. The date of that meeting was not known.
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