Once enemies, now all about friends and football!

Former war enemies from the FARC and ELN guerrilla groups united to catch a glimpse of Colombia's match against Japan in the FIFA World Cup on Tuesday.

Former enemies from the FARC and ELN guerrilla movements pose for pictures before playing football together inspired by the Colombia-Japan game in the FIFA World Cup- AFP Photo: AFP
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Former paramilitary leader Ernesto Baez (left) watches the FIFA World Cup match between Colombia and Japan on television at the Territorial Space for Training and Reincorporation in Colombia- AFP Photo: AFP
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Football clearly unites people. Policemen and former war enemies look tense as Colombia surrendered to Japan- AFP Photo: AFP
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The ELN. which had about 2,000 fighters at one point of time, is Colombia’s last active guerrilla group. FARC signed a peace agreement with the government in 2016. But when it comes to football, it’s always hunky-dory- AFP Photo: AFP
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