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Former Farc Leader Arrested In Colombia On U.S. Drug Warrant

The former rebel commander and top peace negotiator known as Jesus Santrich is accused of conspiring to smuggle $15 million worth of cocaine into the U.S.

Colombian authorities have arrested a former peace negotiator for the rebel group FARC on a warrant seeking his extradition to the U.S. on cocaine smuggling charges.

Seuxis Hernandez, also known by the alias Jesus Santrich, was taken into custody

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