A former commander of Colombia's Farc rebel group, Iván Márquez, has released a video six months after going into hiding, BBC reports.
In the film, he accuses the government of betraying the terms of the historic peace agreement signed in 2016.
He says 400 community leaders and 85 former fighters have been killed since the peace accord was signed .
Mr Márquez led the Farc's negotiating team in the talks, which were held in Cuba and lasted four years.
The Farc always said that it feared reprisals from those who opposed the peace process.