Policemen take part in training during the Jungla International Course, in Chicoral near Ibague November 26, 2013. Every year the Colombian police force invites elite law enforcement and military ... more 
Policemen take part in training during the Jungla International Course, in Chicoral near Ibague November 26, 2013. Every year the Colombian police force invites elite law enforcement and military personnel from across Central and South America to participle in this training course. 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 in Havana begin discussing illicit drugs - the third item on a five-point peace agenda - anti-narcotics police chief General Ricardo Restrepo said Colombia had warned the world about the growing risk. Picture taken November 26, 2013. To match Interview COLOMBIA-FARC/DRUGS REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY) less 
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