Colombian rebels at peace talks in Cuba announce unilateral cease-fire with their government

Colombian rebels at peace talks with government representatives in Cuba have announced an indefinite, unilateral cease-fire as long as military units don't attack them.

The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia made the announcement in a communique published on its Twitter account Wednesday.

Representatives of the rebel group known as the FARC and the government since 2012 have held a series of talks in Havana aimed at ending the conflict of more the five decades.