(Reuters) – Colombia’s leftist FARC rebels on Wednesday promised they would no longer enlist minors, a gesture aimed at quickly reaching a final peace agreement with the government after more than half a century of war. “In order to move as quickly as possible toward the end of armed conflict, today we communicate our decision to end the incorporation of children under 18 into the FARC,” rebel leader Victoria Sandino said in a statement read in Havana, site of peace talks with the Colombian government for the past three years.