Colombian President hails Farc leader's death
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has hailed the death of a top rebel leader as a "turning point" in the five-decade anti-guerrilla battle.
Mr Santos said the death of Mono Jojoy marked the "beginning of the end" for the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc).
He urged the rebels to demobilise or face a similar fate.
Mono Jojoy was killed in a large-scale military assault on his jungle stronghold in eastern Colombia.
President Santos was speaking on a visit to congratulate some of the hundreds of soldiers who took part in the raid.
"This operation against Mono Jojoy is a turning point, and I believe, with a good margin of confidence, that we can say this is the beginning of the end for the Farc," he said.