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Simon trinidad facr colombia peace talks

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Members of the rebel group will seek a cease-fire for the first time.
Colombia Defense Minister Juan Carlos Pinzón said that guerrilla group FARC makes anywhere from $2.4 to $3.5 billion per year from the drug trade.
At least 13 members of the Colombian rebel group FARC were killed in north-western Colombia in an air-force raid.
Simon trinidad facr colombia peace talks

This Dec. 31, 2004 photo shows police officers escorting the leader of the rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, 'Simon Trinidad' (second from left) at a Colombian military airport in Bogota. FARC leaders have named Trinidad, whose given name is Ricardo Palmera, as one of three delegates they want to attend peace talks with the government on Oct. 8, 2012, in Norway.