Colombian Government and FARC Announce Truth Commission After Peace

The Colombian government and FARC rebels will set up a truth commission if a peace deal is reached, ending the more than 50 years of conflict.
The prepared stated said the commission would be independent, impartial and would hear from all sides in the conflict.
The aim would be to explain the conflict to make sure it never happened again.
None of the evidence collected would be used in future trials.
The 37th round of talks had been delayed by a recent escalation of violence and the cancellation of FARC's unilateral December ceasefire.