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Colombia: The Hostages

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  • This photo released by the Colombian government on Friday shows Colombia's former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt in an unknown location. Colombia Peace Commissioner Luis Carlos Restrepo said that photos and video tapes of Betancourt were confiscated after the arrest of three suspected members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
  • This photo released by the Colombian government on Friday shows Colombia's former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt in an unknown location. Colombia Peace Commissioner Luis Carlos Restrepo said that photos and video tapes of Betancourt were confiscated after the arrest of three suspected members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
  • This image taken from a tape and released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows U.S. contractor Thomas Howes. Colombian officials released on Friday newly obtained videos of rebel-held hostages, among them three U.S. defense contractors and a former presidential candidate, the first images in years providing evidence the captives may be alive.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows U.S. contractor Keith Stansell in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's former Sen. Luis Eladio Perez in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's police sergeant Julio Cesar Buitrago in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Lt. Raimundo Malagon in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Cpl. Jairo Duran in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's police Lt. Vianey Rodriguez Porras in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows U.S. contractor Marc Gonsalves in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Sgt. Erasmo Romero in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Sgt. Amaon Florez Pantoja in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Cpl. Jose Miguel Arteaga in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Capt. Juan Carlos Bermeo in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Sgt. Jose Ricardo Marulanda in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's army Cpl. William Perez in an unknown location.
  • This photo released by Colombia's presidency on Friday shows Colombia's police officer Armando Castellanos in an unknown location.
  • Nov. 30: Police investigators and soldiers escort Humberto Montano, center, one of three suspected urban members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as the FARC, who possessed videos and photos of rebel-held hostages, in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: Police investigators and soldiers escort Sindy Tumay, one of three suspected urban members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as the FARC, who possessed videos and photos of rebel-held hostages, in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: Police investigators and soldiers escort Adriana Vega, one of three suspected urban members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known as the FARC, who possessed videos and photos of rebel-held hostages in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: In this photo released by the Attorney General Press Office, relatives of Colombian army Lt. Officer Raimundo Malagon, who is kidnapped by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, read letters allegedly related to his captivity in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: Juan Carlos Lecompte, husband of Colombia's former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, holds the 'proof of life' given to him by Colombia's government, in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: Juan Carlos Lecompte, husband of Colombia's former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, holds the 'proof of life' given to him by Colombia's government, in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: From left to right, Yennia Malagon, Omar Malagon and Ricardo Malagon, relatives of Colombian army Lt. Officer Raimundo Malagon, who is kidnapped by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, watch a video related to the captivity of Malagon, in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: From left to right, Yennia Malagon, Omar Malagon and Ricardo Malagon, relatives of Colombian Army Lt. Officer Raimundo Malagon, who was kidnapped by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, watch a video related to the captivity of Malagon, in Bogota.
  • Dec. 1: In this photo released by the Colombian army, soldiers carry the body of one of 12 rebels belonging to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, who was killed on Nov. 30 in combat with government troops in La Copetrativa, 185 miles southeast of Bogota. According to authorities, 12 rebels and two soldiers died in the combat.
  • Nov. 30: Yolanda Pulecio, the mother of Colombia's former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, gestures at her home in Bogota.
  • Nov. 30: Yolanda Pulecio, the mother of Colombia's former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, gestures at her home in Bogota.

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