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October 28, 2008
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian rebel deserter Bueno speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to the army in Bogota...
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to the army in Bogota October 28, 2008. Bueno fled his unit along with a high-profile rebel hostage, lawmaker Oscar Tulio Lizcano, and surrendered on Sunday after three days fleeing through the jungle. The Colombian government says he will be paid more than $400,000 bounty and could be granted asylum in France as part of a government reward program. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
COLOMBIA-HOSTAGE/
RTXA01B
October 28, 2008
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian rebel deserter Bueno speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to army in Bogota
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to the army in Bogota October 28, 2008. Bueno fled his unit along with a high-profile rebel hostage, lawmaker Oscar Tulio Lizcano, and surrendered on Sunday after three days fleeing through the jungle. The Colombian government says he will be paid more than $400,000 bounty and could be granted asylum in France as part of a government reward program. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
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October 28, 2008
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza arrives at the Defence Ministry two days after he surrendered...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian rebel deserter Bueno arrives at Defence Ministry two days after he surrendered to army in Bogota...
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza arrives at the Defence Ministry two days after he surrendered to the army in Bogota October 28, 2008. Bueno fled his unit along with a high-profile rebel hostage, lawmaker Oscar Tulio Lizcano, and surrendered on Sunday after three days fleeing through the jungle. The Colombian government says he will be paid more than $400,000 bounty and could be granted asylum in France as part of a government reward program. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
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October 28, 2008
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian rebel deserter Bueno speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to army in Bogota
Colombian rebel deserter Wilson Bueno alias Isaza speaks to reporters two days after he surrendered to the army in Bogota October 28, 2008. Bueno fled his unit along with a high-profile rebel hostage, lawmaker Oscar Tulio Lizcano, and surrendered on Sunday after three days fleeing through the jungle. The Colombian government says he will be paid more than $400,000 bounty and could be granted asylum in France as part of a government reward program. REUTERS/John Vizcaino (COLOMBIA)
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October 26, 2008
Freed former Colombian lawmaker Oscar Lizcano is seen during a news conference at the military base in...
Cali, Colombia
Freed former Colombian lawmaker Oscar Lizcano is seen during a news conference at the military base in...
Freed former Colombian lawmaker Oscar Lizcano is seen during a news conference at the military base in Cali October 26, 2008. Colombian soldiers have rescued Lizcano who was kidnapped more than eight years ago by FARC guerrillas in another blow to Latin America's oldest rebel insurgency, authorities said on Sunday. Lizcano, snatched in 2000 and reportedly in very poor health, was the FARC's longest-held politician. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga (COLOMBIA)
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October 26, 2008
Oscar Tulio Lizcano (C), Colombian politician kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed...
Bogota, Colombia
LOscar Tulio Lizcano (C), Colombian politician kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed...
Oscar Tulio Lizcano (C), Colombian politician kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), is seen in a video showed by congresswoman Piedad Cordoba in Bogota in this April 3, 2008 file photo. Lizcano appears surrounded by four FARC members. Colombian soldiers have rescued Lizcano who was kidnapped more than eight years ago by FARC in another blow to Latin America's oldest rebel insurgency, authorities said October 26, 2008. REUTERS/ Carlos Duran/Files(COLOMBIA)
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October 25, 2008
Former Colombian lawmaker Oscar Lizcano gestures during a news conference at a military base in Cali...
Cali, Colombia
Former Colombian lawmaker Oscar Lizcano gestures during a news conference at a military base in Cali...
Former Colombian lawmaker Oscar Lizcano gestures during a news conference at a military base in Cali October 26, 2008. Colombian soldiers have rescued Lizcano who was kidnapped more than eight years ago by FARC guerrillas in another blow to Latin America's oldest rebel insurgency, authorities said on Sunday. Lizcano, snatched in 2000 and reportedly in very poor health, was the FARC's longest-held politician. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga (COLOMBIA)
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April 04, 2008
Oscar Tulio Lizcano (C), Colombian politician kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed...
Bogota, Colombia
Lizcano is seen in a video showed by congresswoman Piedad Cordoba in Bogota
Oscar Tulio Lizcano (C), Colombian politician kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), is seen in a video showed by congresswoman Piedad Cordoba in Bogota April 3, 2008. Lizcano appears surrounded by four Farc members. REUTERS/Carlos Duran (COLOMBIA)
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April 04, 2008
Marta Lizcano (L), wife of Oscar Tulio Lizcano, gives flowers to Colombian congresswoman Piedad Cordoba...
Bogota, Colombia
Lizcano gives flowers to Colombian congresswoman Cordoba during a meeting in Bogota
Marta Lizcano (L), wife of Oscar Tulio Lizcano, gives flowers to Colombian congresswoman Piedad Cordoba (R) during a meeting in Bogota April 3, 2008. Cordoba showed a video of Colombian politician Oscar Tulio Lizcano kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA)
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April 04, 2008
Colombia's senator Piedad Cordoba speaks during a meeting in Bogota April 3, 2008. Cordoba showed a video...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia's senator Piedad Cordoba speaks during a meeting in Bogota
Colombia's senator Piedad Cordoba speaks during a meeting in Bogota April 3, 2008. Cordoba showed a video of captive lawmaker Oscar Tulio Lizcano who was kidnapped by The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in August 2000. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA)
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April 04, 2008
Colombia's senator Piedad Cordoba speaks during a meeting in Bogota April 3, 2008. Cordoba showed a video...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia's senator Piedad Cordoba speaks during a meeting in Bogota
Colombia's senator Piedad Cordoba speaks during a meeting in Bogota April 3, 2008. Cordoba showed a video of lawmaker Oscar Tulio Lizcano who was kidnapped by The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in August 2000. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA)
COLOMBIA-HOSTAGES/
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April 04, 2008
Oscar Tulio Lizcano (C), Colombian politician kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed...
Bogota, Colombia
Lizcano is seen in a video showed by congresswoman Cordoba in Bogota
Oscar Tulio Lizcano (C), Colombian politician kidnapped since August 2000 by The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), is seen in a video showed by congresswoman Piedad Cordoba in Bogota April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Carlos Duran (COLOMBIA)
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