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In Colombia, president Juan Manuel Santos rejected request by FARC rebels to ceasefire when peace talks begin in later this year. During a press conference Santos said the Colombian government will not “lower its guard in terms of security.” Also, Peruvian President Ollanta Humala announce that the leader of the rebel group, the Shining Path, was killed during a clash with security forces earlier this week. Comrade Williams was involved in a 2009 ambush that killed 14 Peruvian soldiers. And Google is calling Santiago, Chile its new home. The search giant will house a data storing site in the capital city that’s expected to cost over $150 million dollars.