No cease-fire, drugs nag at Colombia peace talks

In this photo released by Colombia's Presidential Office, shows President Juan Manuel Santos, center, announcing the signing of a preliminary agreement to launch peace talks with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, during a nationally televised speech from the presidential palace in Bogota, Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2011. Santos said the talks would begin in early October in Oslo, Norway, and would continue in Havana, Cuba. Sitting at right are cabinet ministers and at left chiefs of the armed forces. (AP Photo/Javier Casella, Colombia's Presidential Office)The image is seared in Colombian minds: The country's president sits on a big stage looking glum, hands folded in his lap, next to an empty chair.