(Colombia Reports) – Even as the violence shows signs of winding down, with peace talks underway between the government and the country’s largest rebel groups, children continue to suffer the direct effects of Colombia’s 50-year armed conflict. An annual report put together for the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) Security Council found that at least 81 Colombian children had been recruited into illegal armed groups in 2013. Of those, 58 children went to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), Colombia’s largest rebel group and 17 to the National Liberation Army (ELN), its second largest, while in six cases, the group in question could not be identified.