Chatter: FARC frees final police, military hostages
Colombia's leftist rebel group FARC has released its 10 remaining police and military hostages - but still has an unknown number of civilians in captivity.
Final FARC police, military prisoners released in Colombia
The captives all had been held in jungle prisons for at least 12 years. But 700 civilians are still in FARC captivity.
FARC to release last 10 government hostages starting Monday
Colombia's FARC has announced it will release its last 10 government hostages, some of whom have been held by the rebel group for up to 14 years, this Monday and Wednesday.
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FARC ready to free 10 hostages
FARC, Colombia’s largest rebel group, said it’s ready to start freeing 10 soldiers and police officers who have been held prisoner for as long as 14 years.
Chavez to return to Venezuela next week- Santos
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Colombia FARC rebels to free all "prisoners of war"
Colombia's main rebel group said it will free its remaining government captives and stop acts of kidnapping.
Murdered Colombian priests Rafael Reatiga and Richard Piffano hired hit men to kill themselves
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Colombia issues arrest warrant for former peace commissioner Luis Carlos Restrepo
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Colombia: Police station attack kills 6, wounds 20
Six people are dead in Villa Rica after a second attack on police stations in Colombia this week, most likely by the FARC.
Colombia capital bans firearms
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The Marxist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia guerrilla organization, or FARC, said Tuesday it was willing to negotiate with President Juan Manuel Santos.
Texas teen mistakenly deported to Colombia set to return to the US: reports
Texas teen, Jakadrien Turner, was accidentally deported to Colombia, but it is set to return to the United States.
Texas teenager, Jakadrien Turner, accidentally deported to Colombia
Jakadrien Turner was accidentally deported to Colombia after running away from home, and she has yet to return to the United States.
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