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BRUSSELS, Oct. 12 (Xinhua) -- The European Commission on Wednesday outlined fighting radicalization and enhancing security at the external borders as two priority areas in addressing security challenges for the months to come in a report.

The report is the first in a series of monthly reports on progress made towards an effective and sustainable Security Union, according to a Commission statement.

It states the Commission's efforts in the fight against terrorism, organized crime and cyber crime, also highlighting the priority areas where more work is needed.

The report underlines that the Commission should step up work on improving the legal framework and preventing and fighting radicalization. To this end, a range of agreements should be reached before the end of the year, including the directive on combating terrorism and the revision of the firearms directive.

Another priority work of the Commission is to improve information exchange in a bid to enhance security at the external borders.

The report urges EU member states to take necessary steps to ensure that they are able to implement fully the EU passenger name record directive by May 2018.

Dimitris Avramopoulos, Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship, said: "The fragmentation of our security framework makes us all vulnerable. The dots have to be connected within and between member states, EU agencies, and different security and border management systems."

Europe's new Security Commissioner Julian King also stressed cooperation between institutions and member states in response to terrorist threats.

As requested by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, the monthly reports will highlight action taken by the EU institutions and agencies in the area of security and will identify where more efforts are needed. The next progress report is foreseen for November 2016.

by Chris Dalby, He Shan, Cesar Marino Garcia

BOGOTA, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- For many Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) fighters, the 52-year war with Bogota seems like an eternity and the scars still run very deep.

"They shot me six times in the left arm. They tore me apart. My arm could not be rebuilt," David Preciado, a member of the FARC's 43rd Front, told Xinhua on the sidelines of the organization's tenth national guerrilla conference.

The oldest militia in the region now is longing for peace.

FARC leader Timoleon Jimenez told the conference that a victory of peace had been achieved after more than five decades of war.

"The meaning of a final agreement to end the conflict and build a stable and lasting peace is even more important than it appears ... For the FARC and our people, our greatest satisfaction is and will always be to have won peace," he said.

At the week-long conference that closed Friday, at least 1,500 FARC members invited from all fronts discussed and approved the peace agreement reached between the Colombian government and the FARC. President Juan Manuel Santos and Jimenez will sign the deal on Monday.

Ivan Marquez, a member of the FARC's commanding group, said Friday that "we inform the country, the governments and people of the world that the guerrillas, delegated to this conference, have given their unanimous backing to the final Havana agreement."

Moreover, the conference is considered the most important ever for the FARC as it marked the beginning of drawing a political future for the organization.

Over the years, the FARC has been labelled a terrorist organization by the U.S. government, an enemy by successive Colombian governments and a defender by certain rural communities.

Today, the organization is on the cusp of gaining a new title -- a political party.

Marquez announced at the meeting that the FARC was expanding its central committee from 31 to 61 members, who face the challenge of outlining the manner in which the group will transform into a new political movement.

In a statement, the FARC said that another plenary meeting would be held to further define the political transition and the new name of the group. It will be held after the Oct. 2 plebiscite in which the Colombian people will vote on whether to accept or reject the peace deal.

A poll by Gallup Colombia carried out between Sept. 14-18 found that a majority of Colombians were in favor of the deal, with 67.6 percent planning to vote Yes.

However, should the peace agreement be approved by the Colombian people, FARC members will have to begin the transition to specific protection areas overseen by the United Nations (UN) where they will give up their weapons.

The FARC will have a period of 180 days to complete their disarmament. Once complete, the guns will be melted down and used as part of three monuments as a homage to peace.

Besides, this stage must include protection from the state against continuing paramilitary activity.

This point was a major topic during the meeting as the FARC hoped that continuing violence from right-wing groups would not disrupt the peace process.

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