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

The Biden administration will take away a former Colombian rebel group from a record of international terrorist corporations, a measure meant to exhibit American guidance for a fragile peace agreement with the guerrillas in Colombia, said U.S. and congressional officials with understanding of the coming announcement.

The officials said the go could arrive no later than Nov. thirty, coinciding with the 5-calendar year anniversary of the historic peace accord between then-President Juan Manuel Santos and rebels of the Groundbreaking Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Negotiated with U.S. guidance, the agreement finished a fifty two-calendar year-conflict and resulted in Mr. Santos successful the Nobel Peace Prize.