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Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba gestures before the release of kidnapped policemen,, on February 14, 2013, in the village Campo Alegre, Cauca department, Colombia. Cristian Camilo Yate and Victor Alfonso Gonzalez, two police officers who were kidnapped by the FARC on January 25 in a rural area between the municipalities of Florida and Pradera, will be delivered to delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and a commission of NGOs 'Colombianas y Colombianos por la Paz', headed by former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba. In addition this commission expects this Saturday, the soldier is released Josue Alvarez, kidnapped on January 30 in a mountainous area of the department of Narino. The FARC ahead a peace process with the government of President Juan Manuel Santos, in Havana, Cuba. AFP PHOTO / LUIS ROBAYO (Photo credit should read LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba gestures before the release of kidnapped policemen,, on February 14, 2013, in the village Campo Alegre, Cauca department, Colombia. Cristian Camilo Yate and Victor Alfonso Gonzalez, two police officers who were kidnapped by the FARC on January 25 in a rural area between the municipalities of Florida and Pradera, will be delivered to delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and a commission of NGOs 'Colombianas y Colombianos por la Paz', headed by former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba. In addition this commission expects this Saturday, the soldier is released Josue Alvarez, kidnapped on January 30 in a mountainous area of the department of Narino. The FARC ahead a peace process with the government of President Juan Manuel Santos, in Havana, Cuba. AFP PHOTO / LUIS ROBAYO (Photo credit should read LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images)
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Former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba gestures before the release... News Photo 161696295Cauca,Colombia,Conflict,Department,Former,Gesturing,Horizontal,Kidnapping,Piedad Cordoba,Police Force,Releasing,VillagePhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPFormer Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba gestures before the release of kidnapped policemen,, on February 14, 2013, in the village Campo Alegre, Cauca department, Colombia. Cristian Camilo Yate and Victor Alfonso Gonzalez, two police officers who were kidnapped by the FARC on January 25 in a rural area between the municipalities of Florida and Pradera, will be delivered to delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and a commission of NGOs 'Colombianas y Colombianos por la Paz', headed by former Colombian Senator Piedad Cordoba. In addition this commission expects this Saturday, the soldier is released Josue Alvarez, kidnapped on January 30 in a mountainous area of the department of Narino. The FARC ahead a peace process with the government of President Juan Manuel Santos, in Havana, Cuba. AFP PHOTO / LUIS ROBAYO (Photo credit should read LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images)