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A soldier stands guard on a street in Ituango, Colombia, on Oct. 19, 2019. The town is home to a new public radio station staffed by ex-FARC rebels and war victims. Reporters often conduct interviews with former combatants and update listeners on the progress and setbacks of Colombia's peace accords.

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The public radio stations "can be fundamental in constructing peace," says Juan Pablo Madrid, an analyst at Bogotá's Foundation for Press Freedom. But some employees are facing threats from gangs.

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