U.S. to Drop Colombian Rebel Group FARC From Terrorist List to Bolster Five-Year-Old Pact

The Biden administration will take away a previous Colombian rebel team from a record of international terrorist companies, a measure supposed to demonstrate American aid for a fragile peace agreement with the guerrillas in Colombia, explained U.S. and congressional officers with know-how of the coming announcement.

The officers explained the move could occur no afterwards than Nov. 30, coinciding with the 5-yr anniversary of the historic peace accord between then-President Juan Manuel Santos and rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Negotiated with U.S. aid, the agreement finished a 52-yr-conflict and resulted in Mr. Santos successful the Nobel Peace Prize.