Colombia is on the threshold of a new era: a peaceful one.
For 52 years, there's been violence between the government and rebels who see themselves as defenders of the poor.
The main rebel group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, the FARC, formally signed a peace deal with the government Monday in a solemn ceremony in the coastal city of Cartagena.
But there's a hitch. Colombians have to approve the deal in a referendum this weekend. And there is a powerful "no" campaign.
The vote is dividing families.