Colombian official on chaos in Venezuela, 'progress' at home
Clip: 07/16/2019 | 8m 38s
It's been three years since a groundbreaking peace deal between the Colombian government and FARC rebels. The agreement opened the door for land reform, political participation for ex-rebels and a crackdown on drug trafficking. But most of those problems remain, amid a political transition and influx of Venezuelan refugees. Judy Woodruff talks to foreign minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo.
Aired: 07/16/19Video has closed captioning.
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