Colombian Government Outlines Details of Farc Talks

First talks in 10 years with the rebel group


Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and Colombia's largest rebel group, the Farc, have laid out details of their planned peace talks.

In a televised address, Mr Santos said there was "a real opportunity to end the conflict".

Farc leader Rodrigo Londono later issued a video message saying the rebels would continue to negotiate until peace had been achieved.

The talks are to begin in Norway next month and then move to Cuba.