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Colombia wants to pick up pace as talks with FARC rebels resume

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ENRIQUE DE LA OSA

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC) lead negotiator Ivan Marquez (front) speaks to the media as he arrives for talks in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC) lead negotiator Ivan Marquez (front) speaks to the media as he arrives for talks in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa
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ENRIQUE DE LA OSA

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC) lead negotiator Ivan Marquez speaks to the media as he arrives for talks in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC) lead negotiator Ivan Marquez speaks to the media as he arrives for talks in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa
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ENRIQUE DE LA OSA

Tanja Nijmeijer of the Netherlands, an active member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC), arrives for talks in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa

Tanja Nijmeijer of the Netherlands, an active member of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC), arrives for talks in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa
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ENRIQUE DE LA OSA

Colombia's lead government negotiator Humberto de la Calle arrives for talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC) negotiators in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa

Colombia's lead government negotiator Humberto de la Calle arrives for talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia's (FARC) negotiators in Havana January 14, 2013. Colombian negotiators flew to Cuba on January 13 for second round of peace talks between the South American government and FARC to end the country's 50-year-old bloody conflict. REUTERS/Enrique De La Osa
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