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COLOMBIA PEACE
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January 12, 2002 
U.S. UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL ENVOY JAMES LEMOYNE TAKES HIS HEAD NEXT TO
COLOMBIAN REBELS COMMANDERS IN... 
Los Pozos, Colombia - Republic of 
U.S. UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL ENVOY JAMES LEMOYNE TAKES HIS HEAD NEXT TO
COLOMBIAN REBELS COMMANDERS ...... 
U.S. UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL ENVOY JAMES LEMOYNE TAKES HIS HEAD NEXT TO
COLOMBIAN REBELS COMMANDERS IN A PEACE MEETING IN LOS POZOS.


United Nations Secretary-General's Acting Special Adviser for Colombia
U.S. James LeMoyne (R) holds his head next to Colombian rebels
commanders Joaquin Gomez (C) and Raul Reyes during a peace meeting in
Los Pozos, during peace talks in Colombia, January 12, 2002. Colombians
readied for mass exodus from a Marxist-rebel enclave early on Saturday
as the United Nations kicked off last ditch meetings aimed at saving
three-year-old peace talks before the president orders an army
offensive. If U.N. envoy James LeMoyne fails to strike an agreement by
nine-thirty p.m. with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC)
the government will give the rebels 48 hours to vacate their enclave in
southern Colombia before troops move in on January 14. REUTERS/Eliana
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