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FARC prisoners in Colombian jails begin hunger strike

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At least 180 members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in Colombian prisons have gone on a hunger strike to protest the lack of adequate medical care in prisons, and the generally miserable conditions, which the prisoners say 'just contribute to a slow death.' teleSUR

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