Colombian anti-narcotics police chief General Ricardo Restrepo gestures during an interview with Reuters at the anti-narcotics military base in Bogota November 25, 2013. A peace deal between FARC ... more 
Colombian anti-narcotics police chief General Ricardo Restrepo gestures during an interview with Reuters at the anti-narcotics military base in Bogota November 25, 2013. A peace deal between FARC rebels and the Colombian government would greatly help cut cocaine production in Colombia, but officials fear new crime gangs could fill the gap while anti-narcotics police fight a new scourge: synthetic drugs. As government and FARC negotiators begin discussing the drugs industry in Havana - the third item on a five-point peace agenda - anti-narcotics police chief Restrepo said Colombia had warned the world about the growing risk. Picture taken November 25, 2013. To match Interview COLOMBIA-FARC/DRUGS REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY CRIME LAW) less 
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