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FARC

Last Government Hostages Released - 04 Apr 2012
Last Government Hostages Released - 04 Apr 2012
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR30AT7
April 03, 2012
(From L to R) Policemen Wilson Rojas Medina, Jorge Humberto Romero, Jose Libardo Forero, Cesar Augusto...
Bogota, Colombia
Policemen who were part of group of hostages freed after being held for more than a decade by FARC rebels,...
(From L to R) Policemen Wilson Rojas Medina, Jorge Humberto Romero, Jose Libardo Forero, Cesar Augusto Lasso, Carlos Jose Duarte and Jorge Trujillo Solarte, who were part of group of hostages freed after being held for more than a decade by FARC rebels, attend a news conference in Bogota April 3, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR30AJC
April 03, 2012
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos holds a fabric pen, which was a gift from a police officer, during...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos holds a fabric pen, which was a gift from a police officer, during...
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos holds a fabric pen, which was a gift from a police officer, during a news conference at the police hospital in Bogota April 3, 2012, after visiting policemen who were part of a group of hostages freed after being held for more than a decade by FARC rebels. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR30AT3
April 03, 2012
Family members of the policemen, who were part of group of hostages freed after being held for more than...
Bogota, Colombia
Family members of the policemen, who were part of group of hostages freed after being held for more than...
Family members of the policemen, who were part of group of hostages freed after being held for more than a decade by FARC rebels, listen during a news conference in Bogota April 3, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR30AT2
April 03, 2012
Assistant Police Director Jose Roberto Leon (R) embraces Wilson Rojas Medina, one of the policemen who...
Bogota, Colombia
Assistant Police Director Jose Roberto Leon embraces Wilson Rojas Medina, one of the policemen who were...
Assistant Police Director Jose Roberto Leon (R) embraces Wilson Rojas Medina, one of the policemen who were part of group of hostages freed after being held for more than a decade by FARC rebels, during a news conference in Bogota April 3, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309G1
April 03, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with medical personnel as they arrive...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309K4
April 03, 2012
Luis Alfredo Moreno (L) and Robinson Salcedo Guarin (2nd R), soldiers recently freed FARC rebels, are...
Bogota, Colombia
Soldiers recently freed FARC rebels are accompanied by their comrades to meet the media at a military...
Luis Alfredo Moreno (L) and Robinson Salcedo Guarin (2nd R), soldiers recently freed FARC rebels, are accompanied by their comrades to meet the media at a military airport in Bogota Catam April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. Guarin is holding a pair of pet birds he tamed during his stay in the jungle prison. REUTERS / Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309K1
April 03, 2012
Luis Alfredo Moreno (L) and Robinson Salcedo Guarin (2nd R), soldiers recently freed FARC rebels, are...
Bogota, Colombia
Soldiers recently freed FARC rebels are accompanied by their comrades to meet the media at a military...
Luis Alfredo Moreno (L) and Robinson Salcedo Guarin (2nd R), soldiers recently freed FARC rebels, are accompanied by their comrades to meet the media at a military airport in Bogota Catam April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. Guarin is holding two pet birds he tamed during his stay in the jungle prison. REUTERS / Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309KJ
April 03, 2012
Relatives of soldiers and police officials recently freed by FARC rebels arrive at a military airport...
Bogota, Colombia
Relatives of hostages recently freed by FARC rebels arrive at a military airport in Bogota Catam
Relatives of soldiers and police officials recently freed by FARC rebels arrive at a military airport in Bogota Catam April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. Guarin is holding two pet birds he tamed during his stay in the jungle prison. REUTERS / Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309K9
April 03, 2012
Relatives of soldiers and police officials recently freed by FARC rebels wave to the media at a military...
Bogota, Colombia
Relatives of hostages recently freed by FARC rebels wave to the media at a military airport in Bogota...
Relatives of soldiers and police officials recently freed by FARC rebels wave to the media at a military airport in Bogota Catam April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. Guarin is holding two pet birds he tamed during his stay in the jungle prison. REUTERS / Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309KN
April 03, 2012
Jose Libardo Forero, a soldier recently freed by FARC rebels, is accompanied by his comrades to meet...
Bogota, Colombia
A soldier recently freed by FARC rebels is accompanied by his comrades to meet the media at a military...
Jose Libardo Forero, a soldier recently freed by FARC rebels, is accompanied by his comrades to meet the media at a military airport in Bogota Catam April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade on Monday, the last of a group the drug-funded group had used as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309GB
April 03, 2012
Members of the Brazilian army force and Red Cross delegate pose for pictures after transporting Colombian...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Members of the Brazilian army force, Red Cross delegate and Colombian soldiers and police officials freed...
Members of the Brazilian army force and Red Cross delegate pose for pictures after transporting Colombian soldiers and police officials freed by FARC rebels to Villavicencio's airport April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309EV
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate as they arrive at Villavicencio's...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309F5
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate as they arrive at Villavicencio's...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309EZ
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate as they arrive at Villavicencio's...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309F3
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with medical personnel as they arrive...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/
RTR309FN
April 03, 2012
A police official (R) held hostage by FARC rebels waves next to a medical official as he arrives at Villavicencio's...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A police official held hostage by FARC rebels waves next to a medical official as he arrives at Villavicencio's...
A police official (R) held hostage by FARC rebels waves next to a medical official as he arrives at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309FA
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with a medical personnel and a chiguiro...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with a medical personnel and a chiguiro pet as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309F9
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with medical personnel as they arrive...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309G8
April 03, 2012
A policeman held hostage by FARC rebels stands with a relative after being freed, at Villavicencio's...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A policeman held hostage by FARC rebels stands with a relative after being freed, at Villavicencio's...
A policeman held hostage by FARC rebels stands with a relative after being freed, at Villavicencio's airport April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309F8
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309EP
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309G5
April 03, 2012
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels celebrates with Colombia's national flag, next to a medical personnel,...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels celebrates as he arrives at Villavicencio's airport after being...
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels celebrates with Colombia's national flag, next to a medical personnel, as he arrives at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309G4
April 03, 2012
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels waves next to medical personnel, as he arrives at Villavicencio's...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels waves next to medical personnel as he arrives at Villavicencio's...
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels waves next to medical personnel, as he arrives at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309G2
April 03, 2012
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels celebrates with Colombia's national flag draped around him, as...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels celebrates as he arrives at Villavicencio's airport after being...
A soldier held hostage by FARC rebels celebrates with Colombia's national flag draped around him, as he arrives at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309F7
April 02, 2012
A recently freed hostage (R) walks with a medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A recently freed hostage walks with a medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport
A recently freed hostage (R) walks with a medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309F6
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with a medical personnel as they arrive...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels arrive at Villavicencio's airport after...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels walk with a medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309GE
April 03, 2012
Two Colombian policemen recently freed by FARC rebels sit on a Brazilian army helicopter after being...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Colombian policemen recently freed by FARC rebels sit on a Brazilian army helicopter after being freed,...
Two Colombian policemen recently freed by FARC rebels sit on a Brazilian army helicopter after being freed, at Villavicencio's airport April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRANSPORT MILITARY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309EW
April 02, 2012
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate as they arrive at Villavicencio's...
Soldiers and police officials held hostage by the FARC rebels celebrate with medical personnel as they arrive at Villavicencio's airport after being freed, April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309GD
April 03, 2012
Jorge Humberto Romero, a Colombian policeman recently freed by FARC rebels, sits on a Brazilian army...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A Colombian policeman recently freed by FARC rebels sits on a Brazilian army helicopter after being freed,...
Jorge Humberto Romero, a Colombian policeman recently freed by FARC rebels, sits on a Brazilian army helicopter after being freed, at Villavicencio's airport April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COLOMBIA/FARC
RTR309GC
April 03, 2012
Carlos Jose Duarte, a Colombian policeman recently freed by FARC rebels, waves at the media with his...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A Colombian policeman recently freed by FARC rebels waves with his relatives as he arrives at Villavicencio's...
Carlos Jose Duarte, a Colombian policeman recently freed by FARC rebels, waves at the media with his relatives as he arrives at Villavicencio's airport April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the last of a group of captives the drug-funded group has held as bargaining chips to pressure the government. REUTERS/John Vizcano (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
COLOMBIA-HOSTAGES/
RTR3090L
April 02, 2012
A helicopter carrying former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba takes off for the jungle at the airport...
Villavicencio, Colombia
A helicopter take off to the jungle at the airport in Villavicencio
A helicopter carrying former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba takes off for the jungle at the airport in Villavicencio April 2, 2012. Colombia's FARC rebels on Monday freed 10 members of the armed forces held hostage in jungle prison camps for more than a decade, the first of two groups of hostages the drug-funded group promised to release as a gesture of peace, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
COLOMBIA-HOSTAGES/
RTR308ZL
April 02, 2012
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba (C) greets a member of the Brazilian crew at the airport in Villavicencio...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba greets a member of the Brazilian crew at the airport in Villavicencio...
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba (C) greets a member of the Brazilian crew at the airport in Villavicencio April 2, 2012. Former Colombian Senator Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held by the FARC rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, who are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
COLOMBIA-HOSTAGES/
RTR307X9
April 01, 2012
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (C) and peace activist Gloria Cuartas (L) arrive at Villavicencio...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba and peace activist Gloria Cuartas arrive at Villavicencio airport...
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (C) and peace activist Gloria Cuartas (L) arrive at Villavicencio airport April 1, 2012. Cordoba was appointed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels to receive a group of 10 hostages held for over 12 years, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
COLOMBIA/
RTR307X7
April 01, 2012
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (C) shakes hands with a police officer upon her arrival at Villavicencio...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba shakes hands with a police officer upon her arrival at Villavicencio...
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (C) shakes hands with a police officer upon her arrival at Villavicencio airport April 1, 2012. Cordoba was appointed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels to receive a group of 10 hostages held for over 12 years, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
COLOMBIA/
RTR307X6
April 01, 2012
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (L) waves to the media upon her arrival at Villavicencio airport...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba waves to the media upon her arrival at Villavicencio airport
Former Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (L) waves to the media upon her arrival at Villavicencio airport April 1, 2012. Cordoba was appointed by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels to receive a group of 10 hostages held for over 12 years, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
COLOMBIA-HOSTAGES/
RTR308ZM
April 02, 2012
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba (R) reacts as she waves goodbye to the media from a helicopter...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba waves goodbye to the media from a helicopter at the airport in...
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba (R) reacts as she waves goodbye to the media from a helicopter at the airport in Villavicencio April 2, 2012. Former Colombian Senator Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held by the FARC rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, who are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
COLOMBIA-HOSTAGES/
RTR308ZI
April 02, 2012
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba cries inside a helicopter at the airport in Villavicencio April...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba cries inside a helicopter at the airport in Villavicencio
Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba cries inside a helicopter at the airport in Villavicencio April 2, 2012. Former Colombian Senator Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held by the FARC rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, who are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
COLOMBIA/
RTR3085K
April 02, 2012
Banners depicting the 10 hostages who are due to be handed over by Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Banners depicting hostages who are due to be handed over by FARC rebels, are hung outside cathedral where...
Banners depicting the 10 hostages who are due to be handed over by Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, after being held for over 12 years, are hung on the outside of a cathedral where relatives of these hostages are attending a mass, in Villavicencio April 1, 2012. Colombian former Senator Piedad Cordoba has been appointed to receive the group of 10 hostages, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, whom are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
COLOMBIA/
RTR3086K
April 02, 2012
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who have been held by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who have been held by FARC rebels for over 12 years, and are...
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who have been held by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels for over 12 years, and are due to be released, attend a mass at the cathedral in Villavicencio April 1, 2012. Colombian former Senator Piedad Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held by the FARC rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, who are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. The words on top of the signs read, "Agreement yes, War no." REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
COLOMBIA/
RTR3085W
April 02, 2012
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who are hostages of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who are hostages of FARC rebels, greet each other at a mass...
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who are hostages of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, greet each other at a mass at the cathedral in Villavicencio April 1, 2012. Colombian former Senator Piedad Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held for over 12 years by FARC, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, whom are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
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April 02, 2012
A man attending a mass for relatives of soldiers and police officers, holds up a poster at the cathedral...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Man attending a mass for relatives of soldiers and police officers, holds up a poster at the cathedral...
A man attending a mass for relatives of soldiers and police officers, holds up a poster at the cathedral in Villavicencio April 1, 2012. Colombian former Senator Piedad Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held for over 12 years by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, whom are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. The words at the bottom of the sign reads: "Agreement yes, War no", while ASFAMIPAZ (top) is an association of family members of guerrilla hostages. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
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April 02, 2012
Relatives of soldiers and police officers attend a mass at the cathedral in Villavicencio April 1, 2012....
Villavicencio, Colombia
Relatives of soldiers and police officers attend a mass at the cathedral in Villavicencio
Relatives of soldiers and police officers attend a mass at the cathedral in Villavicencio April 1, 2012. Colombian former Senator Piedad Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held for over 12 years by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, whom are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. The sign reads, "Agreement yes, War no." REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
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April 02, 2012
Nobel 1992 Peace Prize Laureate Rigoberta Menchu and relatives of soldiers and police officers attend...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Nobel 1992 Peace Prize Laureate Rigoberta Menchu and relatives of soldiers and police officers attend...
Nobel 1992 Peace Prize Laureate Rigoberta Menchu and relatives of soldiers and police officers attend a mass at the cathedral in Villavicencio April 1, 2012. Former Senator Piedad Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held for over 12 years by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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April 02, 2012
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who have been held hostage by the Revolutionary Armed Forces...
Villavicencio, Colombia
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who have been held hostage by FARC rebels, and are due to...
Relatives of soldiers and police officers, who have been held hostage by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels for over 12 years, and are due to be released, attend a mass at the cathedral in Villavicencio April 1, 2012. Colombian former Senator Piedad Cordoba has been appointed to receive a group of 10 hostages held by the FARC rebels, in the first of two handovers. The two groups of hostages, who are made up of members of the military and police, are due to be released by the rebels on April 2 and 4, according to local media. The words on top of the sign reads, "Agreement yes, War no." REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION)
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