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Title: Spotlight - Government negotiations with gangs and organized crime
Abstract: Criminal armed groups (CAGs) manifest through multiple forms in Colombia. While the paramilitary heir bacrims (criminal gangs) benefitted from the criminal operations and infrastructures left by the right-wing paramilitary group that officially demobilized in 2003-2006,1 they are by no means the only form of such illicit, organized, armed activity currently operating within the country.
Type: Reportes
Appears in Collections:Desarme, Desmovilización y Reintegración (DDR)

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