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December 10, 2015
Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto (R) speaks with President of the National Human Rights Commission...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto speaks with President of CNDH Luis Raul Gonzalez Perez during a...
Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto (R) speaks with President of the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) Luis Raul Gonzalez Perez during a ceremony to award Consuelo Morales Elizondo with the National Human Rights Award on International Human Rights Day in Mexico City, December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
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July 07, 2011
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (R) chats with his sister Consuelo Morales, director of human rights organisation...
Monterrey, Mexico
Mexican poet Sicilia chats with his sister during a meeting in Monterrey
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (R) chats with his sister Consuelo Morales, director of human rights organisation CADHAC, during a meeting in Monterrey July 6, 2011. Sicilia, who has become a symbol of national protest, as he led a peace caravan of some 500 people across northern Mexico in June, will attend a meeting with Nuevo Leon's attorney general Adrian de la Garza on Thursday to talk about the advances in 30 cases of people who have disappeared, local media reported. REUTERS/Josue Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
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July 07, 2011
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (L) listens to his sister Consuelo Morales, director of human rights organisation...
Monterrey, Mexico
Mexican poet Sicilia listens to his sister during a meeting in Monterrey
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (L) listens to his sister Consuelo Morales, director of human rights organisation CADHAC, during a meeting in Monterrey July 6, 2011. Sicilia, who has become a symbol of national protest, as he led a peace caravan of some 500 people across northern Mexico in June, will attend a meeting with Nuevo Leon's attorney general Adrian de la Garza on Thursday to talk about the advances in 30 cases of people who have disappeared, local media reported. REUTERS/Josue Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW)
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July 07, 2011
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (R) listens to sister Consuelo Morales, director of human rights organisation...
Monterrey, Mexico
Mexican poet Sicilia listens to sister Morales during a meeting in Monterrey
Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (R) listens to sister Consuelo Morales, director of human rights organisation CADHAC, during a meeting in Monterrey July 6, 2011. Sicilia, who has become a symbol of national protest as he led a peace caravan of some 500 people across northern Mexico in June, will attend a meeting with Nuevo Leon's attorney general Adrian de la Garza on Thursday to talk about the advances in 30 cases of people who have disappeared, local media reported. REUTERS/Josue Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW PROFILE)
FRANCE-BETANCOURT
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February 29, 2008
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonzalez is overcome with emotion as she addresses a news conference...
Paris, France
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonazales overcome with emotion during press conference with family...
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonzalez is overcome with emotion as she addresses a news conference in Paris February 28, 2008. A group of hostages recently released by the Marxist FARC guerrillas said that French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt, is "very sick" in a Colombian rebel jungle camp and has been mistreated by her captors. Betancourt, a dual French-Colombian citizen captured six years ago, and three U.S. contractors are among the high-profile hostages held in secret jungle camps by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas. At left is Ingrid Betancourt's son Lorenzo. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
FRANCE-BETANCOURT
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February 28, 2008
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonzalez is overcome with emotion as she addresses a press conference...
Paris, France
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonazales overcome with emotion during press conference with family...
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonzalez is overcome with emotion as she addresses a press conference in Paris, February 28, 2008. A group of hostages recently released by the Marxist FARC guerrillas said that French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt, is "very sick" in a Colombian rebel jungle camp and has been mistreated by her captors. Betancourt, a dual French-Colombian citizen captured six years ago, and three U.S. contractors are among the high-profile hostages held in secret jungle camps by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas. At left is Ingrid Betancourt's son Lorenzo and at right is her former husband Fabrice Delloye. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
FRANCE-BETANCOURT
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February 28, 2008
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonzalez is overcome with emotion as she addresses a press conference...
Paris, France
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonazales overcome with emotion during press conference with family...
Former Colombian hostage Consuelo Gonzalez is overcome with emotion as she addresses a press conference in Paris, February 28, 2008. A group of hostages recently released by the Marxist FARC guerrillas said that French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt, is "very sick" in a Colombian rebel jungle camp and has been mistreated by her captors. Betancourt, a dual French-Colombian citizen captured six years ago, and three U.S. contractors are among the high-profile hostages held in secret jungle camps by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas. At left is Ingrid Betancourt's son Lorenzo. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
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February 26, 2008
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy receive the Betancourt family and...
Paris, France
French President Sarkozy and his wife Bruni-Sarkozy receive the Betancourt family and Gonzalez de Perdomo...
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy receive the Betancourt family and Consuelo Gonzalez de Perdomo, former hostage of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, at the Elysee Palace in Paris February 23, 2008. REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE)
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February 23, 2008
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy receive the Betancourt family and...
Paris, France
French President Nicolas Sarkozy receive Betancourt family at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy receive the Betancourt family and Consuelo Gonzalez de Perdomo, former hostage of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, at the Elysee Palace in Paris February 23, 2008, . REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE)
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February 23, 2008
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt family...
Paris, France
French President Nicolas Sarkozy receives Betancourt family at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt family and Consuelo Gonzalez de Perdomo, former hostage of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, at the Elysee Palace in Paris February 23, 2008, . REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE)
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February 23, 2008
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt family...
Paris, France
French President Nicolas Sarkozy receives Betancourt family at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt family and Consuelo Gonzalez de Perdomo, former hostage of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, at the Elysee Palace in Paris February 23, 2008, . REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE)
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February 23, 2008
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt family...
Paris, France
French President Nicolas Sarkozy receives Betancourt family at the Elysee Palace in Paris
French President Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt family and Consuelo Gonzalez de Perdomo, former hostage of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, at the Elysee Palace in Paris February 23, 2008, . REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE)
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February 23, 2008
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (2nd R) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt...
Paris, France
France's President Sarkozy and his wife receive the Betancourt family and former hostage of the FARC,...
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (2nd R) and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy (R) receive the Betancourt family and former hostage of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), Consuelo Gonzalez de Perdomo, at the Elysee Palace in Paris February 23, 2008. REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (FRANCE)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez offers proof of life of Colombian politician Alan Jara, kidnapped...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Gonzalez offers proof of life of Colombian politician Jara, kidnapped by FARC rebels,...
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez offers proof of life of Colombian politician Alan Jara, kidnapped by FARC rebels, to his son Alan Jara in Bogota January 14, 2008. Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez (R) offers proof of life to a relative of a kidnapped person in...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Gonzalez offers proof of life to a relative of a kidnapped person in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez (R) offers proof of life to a relative of a kidnapped person in Bogota January 14, 2008. Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Lucy de Gechen reads a letter sent by her kidnapped husband, Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen,...
Bogota, Colombia
Lucy de Gechen reads a letter sent by her kidnapped husband, Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen,...
Lucy de Gechen reads a letter sent by her kidnapped husband, Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen, in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Relatives of kidnapped Colombian army Colonel Luis Herlindo Mendieta look at his picture in Bogota January...
Bogota, Colombia
Relatives of kidnapped Colombian army Colonel Luis Herlindo Mendieta look at his picture in Bogota
Relatives of kidnapped Colombian army Colonel Luis Herlindo Mendieta look at his picture in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
A picture of kidnapped Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen is seen in Bogota January 14, 2008....
Bogota, Colombia
A picture of kidnapped Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen is seen in Bogota
A picture of kidnapped Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen is seen in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Lucy de Gechen reads a letter sent by her kidnapped husband, Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen,...
Bogota, Colombia
Lucy de Gechen reads a letter sent by her kidnapped husband, Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen,...
Lucy de Gechen reads a letter sent by her kidnapped husband, Colombian politician Jorge Eduardo Gechen, in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Claudia de Jara, wife of kidnapped Colombian politician Alan Jara, reads letters sent by her husband...
Bogota, Colombia
Claudia de Jara, wife of kidnapped politician Alan Jara, reads letters sent by her husband with her son...
Claudia de Jara, wife of kidnapped Colombian politician Alan Jara, reads letters sent by her husband with her son Alan Jara in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
A relative of kidnapped Colombian army Colonel Luis Herlindo Mendieta looks at his picture in Bogota...
Bogota, Colombia
A relative of kidnapped Colombian army Colonel Luis Herlindo Mendieta looks at his picture in Bogota
A relative of kidnapped Colombian army Colonel Luis Herlindo Mendieta looks at his picture in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Pictures of kidnapped Colombian politician Alan Jara are seen in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician...
Bogota, Colombia
Pictures of kidnapped Colombian politician Jara are seen in Bogota
Pictures of kidnapped Colombian politician Alan Jara are seen in Bogota January 14, 2008. Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, freed after years in guerrilla captivity, returned to Bogota on Monday carrying letters and photographs -- including these sent by Jara -- from fellow kidnap victims left behind in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez arrives in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez arrives in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez arrives in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Clara Rojas, who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008....
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Clara Rojas, who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008....
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Clara Rojas who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Carlos Duran (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez is greeted by relatives and friends after her arrival in Bogota...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Gonzalez is greeted by relatives and friends after her arrival in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez is greeted by relatives and friends after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Clara Rojas, who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez is greeted by a relative after her arrival in Bogota January 14,...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Gonzalez is greeted by a relative after her arrival in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez is greeted by a relative after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Clara Rojas, who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008....
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez talks to reporters after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Clara Rojas, who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Carlos Duran (COLOMBIA)
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January 15, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez is greeted by a friend after her arrival in Bogota January 14,...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Gonzalez is greeted by a friend after her arrival in Bogota
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez is greeted by a friend after her arrival in Bogota January 14, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Clara Rojas, who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian Clara de Rojas (L), mother of politician Clara Rojas, talks with Elvira Forero, head of Colombian...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas greets Elvira Forero after her arrival to Bogota
Colombian Clara de Rojas (L), mother of politician Clara Rojas, talks with Elvira Forero, head of Colombian child welfare office, after her arrival at Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. Emmanuel, born in captivity, the son of Rojas, is under Colombian child welfare office custody. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas waves after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas waves after her arrival to Bogota
Colombian politician Clara Rojas waves after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C) waves after her arrival at Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas waves after her arrival in Bogota
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C) waves after her arrival at Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (L) greets Elvira Forero (R), head of Colombian child welfare office,...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas greets Elvira Forero after her arrival to Bogota
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (L) greets Elvira Forero (R), head of Colombian child welfare office, after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. Emmanuel, born in captivity, the son of Rojas is under Colombian child welfare office custody. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Clara de Rojas, mother of Colombian politician Clara Rojas, talks to media while Clara Rojas listens...
Bogota, Colombia
Clara de Rojas, mother of Colombian politician Clara Rojas, talks to media after her arrival to Bogota...
Clara de Rojas, mother of Colombian politician Clara Rojas, talks to media while Clara Rojas listens after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas talks to media after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008....
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas talks to media after her arrival to Bogota
Colombian politician Clara Rojas talks to media after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C) talks to media while her mother Clara de Rojas and her brother Ivan...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas talks to media after her arrival to Bogota
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C) talks to media while her mother Clara de Rojas and her brother Ivan Rojas listen after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas waves after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas waves after her arrival to Bogota airport
Colombian politician Clara Rojas waves after her arrival to Bogota airport January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 13, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (L) talks with Colombia's Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos at military...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian politician Clara Rojas talks with Colombia's Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos after her...
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (L) talks with Colombia's Defense Minister Juan Manuel Santos at military airport in Bogota January 13, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, rebels on January 10 freed Colombian politicians Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (COLOMBIA)
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January 12, 2008
Clara Gonzalez de Rojas, mother of Colombian politician Clara Rojas, leaves a news conference in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Clara Gonzalez de Rojas, mother of Colombian politician Clara Rojas, leaves a news conference in Caracas...
Clara Gonzalez de Rojas, mother of Colombian politician Clara Rojas, leaves a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Maria Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, plays with a camera outside a...
Caracas, Venezuela
Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Gonzalez, plays with a camera in Caracas
Maria Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, plays with a camera outside a room where a news conference is being held in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Maria Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, plays with a camera outside a...
Caracas, Venezuela
Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Gonzalez, plays with a camera in Caracas
Maria Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, plays with a camera outside a room where a news conference is being held in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Maria Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, plays with a camera outside a...
Caracas, Venezuela
Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Gonzalez, plays with a camera in Caracas
Maria Juliana, granddaughter of Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez, plays with a camera outside a room where a news conference is being held in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana while attending a news conference...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Gonzalez carries her grandchild Juliana while attending a news conference in Caracas...
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana while attending a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana next to her daughters Patricia...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Gonzalez carries her grandchild next to her daughters while attending a news conference...
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana next to her daughters Patricia (L) and Maria Fernanda while attending a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana while attending a news conference...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Gonzalez carries her grandchild Juliana while attending a news conference in Caracas...
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana while attending a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana while attending a news conference...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana while attending a news conference...
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez carries her grandchild Maria Juliana while attending a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez attends a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez attends a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Consuelo Gonzalez attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C), her brother Ivan and mother Clara Gonzalez attend a news conference...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Clara Rojas, her brother Ivan and mother Clara Gonzalez attend a news conference...
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C), her brother Ivan and mother Clara Gonzalez attend a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C), her brother Ivan and mother Clara Gonzalez attend a news conference...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Clara Rojas her brother Ivan and mother Clara Gonzalez attend a news conference...
Colombian politician Clara Rojas (C), her brother Ivan and mother Clara Gonzalez attend a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday rebels freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attend a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attend a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attend a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday rebels freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
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Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday rebels freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas speaks during a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Clara Rojas speaks during a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Clara Rojas speaks during a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday rebels freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 12, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas speaks during a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
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Colombian politician Clara Rojas speaks during a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Clara Rojas speaks during a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday rebels freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary...
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Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas
Colombian politician Clara Rojas attends a news conference in Caracas January 11, 2008. The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, on Thursday rebels freed Colombian politicians Clara Rojas and Consuelo Gonzalez who were held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 11, 2008
Colombian politicians Consuelo Gonzalez (L) and Clara Rojas (middle row, 2nd R) are welcomed by Venezuela's...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Rojas are welcomed by Venezuela's President Chavez at Miraflores Palace...
Colombian politicians Consuelo Gonzalez (L) and Clara Rojas (middle row, 2nd R) are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) at Miraflores Palace in Caracas, January 10, 2008, after they were set free by FARC rebels. Rojas, a former vice-presidential candidate, and Gonzalez, an ex-congresswoman, were freed by Colombia's Marxist rebels in a Venezuela-brokered deal on Thursday, after years in the jungle, raising hopes for dozens more hostages languishing in secret camps. Gonzalez's granddaughter Juliana, held by Chavez, Gonzalez's daughter Maria Fernanda, Rojas' mother Clara Gonzalez and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (in red) were also present. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 11, 2008
Colombian politician Clara Rojas, who was set free by FARC rebels, leaves in a car after a welcoming...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politician Rojas, who was set free by FARC rebels, leaves in a car after a welcoming ceremony...
Colombian politician Clara Rojas, who was set free by FARC rebels, leaves in a car after a welcoming ceremony at Miraflores Palace in Caracas January 10, 2008. Rojas, a former vice-presidential candidate, and ex-congresswoman Consuelo Gonzalez were freed by Colombia's Marxist rebels in a Venezuela-brokered deal on Thursday, after years in the jungle, raising hopes for dozens more hostages languishing in secret camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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January 11, 2008
A banner with photos of Colombian politicians, Clara Rojas (L) and Consuelo Gonzalez, freed by FARC...
Bogota, Colombia
A banner with photos of Colombian politicians, Rojas and Gonzalez, freed by FARC rebels, is displayed...
A banner with photos of Colombian politicians, Clara Rojas (L) and Consuelo Gonzalez, freed by FARC rebels, is displayed during a protest at Bolivar square in Bogota January 10, 2008. Rojas, a former vice-presidential candidate, and Gonzalez, an ex-congresswoman, were freed by Colombia's Marxist rebels in a Venezuela-brokered deal on Thursday, after years in the jungle, raising hopes for dozen more hostages languishing in secret camps. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
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January 10, 2008
Colombian politicians Consuelo Gonzalez (2nd L) and Clara Rojas (R) are welcomed by Venezuela's President...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian politicians Gonzalez and Rojas are welcomed by Venezuela's President Chavez at Miraflores Palace...
Colombian politicians Consuelo Gonzalez (2nd L) and Clara Rojas (R) are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) after being free at Miraflores Palace in Caracas January 10, 2008. The FARC rebels free Colombian politicians held for years in secret jungle camps. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA) BEST QUALITY AVAILBLE
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