Hundreds of LGBT rights activists took to the streets of Havana on Saturday for a massive celebration organized by Mariela Castro Espin, the outspoken daughter of President Raul Castro, .
Strangers embraced and tears were shed on the streets of Cuba's capital as word spread that decades of frosty relations with the United States would finally thaw.
Music has been one of the FARC's propaganda tools, but they had previously focused on the more traditional Colombian genre of cumbia.
The agreement is seen as a step toward a solution against the war on drugs and guerrilla conflict that has taken more than 200,000 lives.
Colombia's 50-year-long conflict continues, but rebel and government representatives returned to discussions in Havana on Monday.