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April 04, 2008
Former Colombian politician Gloria Polanco talks to reporters after a meeting with Colombia's President...
Bogota, Colombia
Former Colombian politician Polanco talks to reporters after meeting with Colombia's President Uribe...
Former Colombian politician Gloria Polanco talks to reporters after a meeting with Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota April 4, 2008. Polanco was kidnapped by leftist Farc rebels six years ago and liberated on February 27. REUTERS/Carlos Duran (COLOMBIA)
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April 04, 2008
Former Colombian politician Gloria Polanco (C) talks with reporters after a meeting with Colombia's President...
Bogota, Colombia
Former Colombian politician Polanco talks with reporters after meeting with Colombia's President Uribe...
Former Colombian politician Gloria Polanco (C) talks with reporters after a meeting with Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe in Bogota April 4, 2008. Polanco was kidnapped by leftist Farc rebels six years ago and liberated on February 27. REUTERS/Carlos Duran (COLOMBIA)
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March 03, 2008
Gloria Polanco (L) is embraced by a relative after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist...
Bogota, Colombia
Gloria Polanco is embraced by a relative after arriving at Bogota airport
Gloria Polanco (L) is embraced by a relative after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers on February 27, including Polanco, held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Fernando Vergara/Pool (COLOMBIA)
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March 03, 2008
Gloria Polanco waves at relatives and friends after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist...
Bogota, Colombia
Gloria Polanco waves at relatives and friends after arriving at Bogota airport
Gloria Polanco waves at relatives and friends after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers on February 27, including Polanco, held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Fernando Vergara/Pool (COLOMBIA)
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March 03, 2008
Gloria Polanco cries after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers...
Bogota, Colombia
Gloria Polanco cries after arriving at Bogota airport
Gloria Polanco cries after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers on February 27, including Polanco held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Fernando Vergara/Pool (COLOMBIA)
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March 03, 2008
Gloria Polanco waves after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers...
Bogota, Colombia
Gloria Polanco waves after arriving at Bogota airport
Gloria Polanco waves after arriving at Bogota airport March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers on February 27, including Polanco and Luis Eladio Perez, held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Fernando Vergara Pool(COLOMBIA)
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March 03, 2008
Gloria Polanco is welcomed by friends and relatives at the Bogota airpot March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC...
Bogota, Colombia
Polanco is welcomed by friends and relatives at Bogota airpot
Gloria Polanco is welcomed by friends and relatives at the Bogota airpot March 3, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers on February 27, including Polanco and Perez, held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Fernando Vergara/Pool (COLOMBIA)
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February 29, 2008
Colombian lawmakers Jorge Gechem and Gloria Polanco attend a news conference in Caracas February 28,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers Gechem and Polanco attend a news conference in Caracas
Colombian lawmakers Jorge Gechem and Gloria Polanco attend a news conference in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 29, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco talks to the media in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Polanco talks to media in Caracas
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco talks to the media in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 29, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco talks to the media in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Polanco talks to media in Caracas
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco talks to the media in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 29, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco (R) and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (L) talk to the media in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Polanco and Colombian senator Cordoba talk to media in Caracas
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco (R) and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (L) talk to the media in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 29, 2008
Freed Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem attends a news conference in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist...
Caracas, Venezuela
Freed Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem attend a news conference in Caracas
Freed Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem attends a news conference in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins(VENEZUELA)
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February 29, 2008
Colombian lawmakers Luis Eladio Perez (L), Orlando Beltran (2nd L), Gloria Polanco (2nd R) and Jorge...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers Perez, Beltran, Polanco and Gechem and Colombian senator Cordoba talk to media in...
Colombian lawmakers Luis Eladio Perez (L), Orlando Beltran (2nd L), Gloria Polanco (2nd R) and Jorge Gechem (R), and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (C) talk to media in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 29, 2008
Colombian lawmakers Luis Eladio Perez (L), Orlando Beltran (2nd L), Gloria Polanco (2nd R) and Jorge...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers Perez, Beltran, Polanco and Gechem and Colombian senator Cordoba talk to media in...
Colombian lawmakers Luis Eladio Perez (L), Orlando Beltran (2nd L), Gloria Polanco (2nd R) and Jorge Gechem (R), and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (C) talk to media in Caracas February 28, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Orlando Beltran smiles after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008....
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Beltran smiles after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmaker Orlando Beltran smiles after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco and her son are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez at Miraflores...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Polanco and her son are welcomed by Venezuela's President Chavez in Caracas
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco and her son are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmakers and their relatives are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) after being...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers and their relatives are welcomed by Venezuela's President Chavez in Caracas
Colombian lawmakers and their relatives are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) after being freed, at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins(VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Gloria Polanco (C) walks with her sons and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (R) after being freed, at...
Caracas, Venezuela
Polanco walks with her sons and Colombian senator Cordoba after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Gloria Polanco (C) walks with her sons and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (R) after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Orlando Beltran is welcomed at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Beltran is welcomed at Miraflores Palace in Caracas
Colombian lawmaker Orlando Beltran is welcomed at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Jaime Lozada, son of Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco, gives his mother a kiss at Miraflores Palace...
Caracas, Venezuela
Lozada, son of Colombian lawmaker Polanco, gives his mother a kiss at Miraflores Palace in Caracas
Jaime Lozada, son of Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco, gives his mother a kiss at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (back C) who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins(VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco speaks to the media after her meeting with Venezuela's President Hugo...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Polanco speaks to media after her meeting with Venezuela's President Chavez in Caracas...
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco speaks to the media after her meeting with Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem leaves in a car after his meeting with Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem leaves in a car after his meeting with Venezuela's President Chavez in...
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem leaves in a car after his meeting with Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up over Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco and her sons leave in a car after their meeting with Venezuela's President...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Polanco and her sons leave in a car at Miraflores Palace in Caracas
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco and her sons leave in a car after their meeting with Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco waves at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Polanco waves at Miraflores Palace in Caracas
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco waves at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (2nd L) walks with Senator Piedad Cordoba (C) and Orlando Beltran after...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Gechem walks with Senator Cordoba and Beltran after being freed, at Caracas's airport...
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (2nd L) walks with Senator Piedad Cordoba (C) and Orlando Beltran after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Gloria Polanco walks at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed...
Caracas, Venezuela
Gloria Polanco walks at Caracas' airport after being freed
Gloria Polanco walks at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Orlando Beltran (R) and Luis Eladio Perez wave at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008....
Caracas, Venezuela
Orlando Beltran and Luis Eladio Perez wave at Caracas' airport after being freed
Orlando Beltran (R) and Luis Eladio Perez wave at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Perez, Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco (bottom R) is met by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) at Miraflores...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco is met by Venezuela's President Chavez after being freed
Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco (bottom R) is met by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) at Miraflores Palace in Caracas after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Chavez, who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins(VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmakers and their relatives are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) after being...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers and their relatives are welcomed by Venezuela's President Chavez after being freed,...
Colombian lawmakers and their relatives are welcomed by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (C) after being freed, at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Gloria Polanco (front) walks with her sons at Caracas's airport after being freed, February 27, 2008....
Caracas, Venezuela
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons at Caracas's airport after being freed
Gloria Polanco (front) walks with her sons at Caracas's airport after being freed, February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist...
Caracas, Venezuela
Polanco walks with her sons after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Gloria Polanco (2nd L) walks with her sons and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (R) at Caracas's airport...
Caracas, Venezuela
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons at Caracas's airport after being freed
Gloria Polanco (2nd L) walks with her sons and Colombian senator Piedad Cordoba (R) at Caracas's airport after being freed, February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (C) walks at Caracas's airport after being freed, February 27, 2008....
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem walks at Caracas's airport after being freed
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (C) walks at Caracas's airport after being freed, February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 28, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (L) walks after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008....
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem walks after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (L) walks after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up over Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (L) walks after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008....
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem walks after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmaker Jorge Gechem (L) walks after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist...
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being freed, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being set free, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008....
Caracas, Venezuela
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being set free, at Caracas's airport
Colombian lawmakers walk with relatives after being set free, at Caracas's airport February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Gloria Polanco walks with her son at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC...
Caracas, Venezuela
Gloria Polanco walks with her son at Caracas' airport after being freed
Gloria Polanco walks with her son at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Gloria Polanco (C) walks with her sons and Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba (R) at Caracas' airport after...
Caracas, Venezuela
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons and a Colombian senator after being freed
Gloria Polanco (C) walks with her sons and Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba (R) at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC...
Caracas, Venezuela
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons at Caracas' airport after being freed
Gloria Polanco walks with her sons at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up over Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Freed Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco (R) walks with her son at Caracas' airport after being freed...
Caracas, Venezuela
Gloria Polanco walks with her son at Caracas' airport
Freed Colombian lawmaker Gloria Polanco (R) walks with her son at Caracas' airport after being freed February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Venezuela's government spokesman Jesse Chacon speaks to the media at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's government spokesman Jesse Chacon speaks to the media at Miraflores Palace in Caracas
Venezuela's government spokesman Jesse Chacon speaks to the media at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up over Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 27, 2008
Venezuela's government spokesman Jesse Chacon speaks to the media at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's government spokesman Jesse Chacon speaks to the media at Miraflores Palace in Caracas
Venezuela's government spokesman Jesse Chacon speaks to the media at Miraflores Palace in Caracas February 27, 2008. Marxist FARC rebels freed four lawmakers held hostage for years in Colombia's jungle on Wednesday, in a victory for Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who brokered the deal. Venezuelan helicopters picked up over Gloria Polanco, Luis Eladio Perez, Orlando Beltran and Jorge Gechem, who is believed to be suffering severe heart problems. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA)
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February 26, 2008
Jaime Lozada son of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the FARC, talks to the media in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Jaime Lozada son of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the FARC, talks to the media in Caracas...
Jaime Lozada son of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the FARC, talks to the media in Caracas February 26, 2008. Four Colombian hostages that Marxist rebels have promised to free are now in the same place, a Venezuelan official said on Monday, signalling a step forward in a deal brokered by leftist President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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February 26, 2008
Jaime Lozada son of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the FARC, talks to the media in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Jaime Lozada son of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the FARC, talks to the media in Caracas...
Jaime Lozada son of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the FARC, talks to the media in Caracas February 26, 2008. Four Colombian hostages that Marxist rebels have promised to free are now in the same place, a Venezuelan official said on Monday, signalling a step forward in a deal brokered by leftist President Hugo Chavez. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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January 18, 2008
Jaime Lozada (L), Daniel Lozada (C) and Juan Lozada, sons of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped...
Caracas, Venezuela
Jaime Lozada, Daniel Lozada and Juan Lozada, sons of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the...
Jaime Lozada (L), Daniel Lozada (C) and Juan Lozada, sons of Gloria Polanco Lozada, who was kidnapped by the FARC, talks to the media in Caracas January 18, 2008. Relatives of hostages taken by the FARC are in Caracas to find out news about their loved ones from Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez and from the hostages who were recently released by the Colombian guerrillas. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva (VENEZUELA)
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