BBC News | 4/1/2009 12:00:00 AM
Terms set for Colombia Farc talks
Apr 01 -- Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe has said he is ready to hold peace talks with Colombia's Farc rebels, but that strict conditions would have to be met.
"We believe in peace, but we won't allow new tricks," he said, reiterating his resolve to fight the Farc.
On Sunday, the rebel group dropped its demand for a demilitarised area to be set up as a precondition for talks on a swap of rebel hostages for prisoners.
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