Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia : News Photo

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia

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Hundreds of logs choke a river on the outskirts of Buenaventura, Colombia. Authorities worry that illegal logging may be filling the coffers of the nation's largest guerrilla group, the FARC. (Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images)
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Hundreds of logs choke a river on the outskirts of Buenaventura, Colombia. Authorities worry that illegal logging may be filling the coffers of the nation's largest guerrilla group, the FARC. (Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images)
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January 23, 2013
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159936913
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Hundreds of logs choke a river on the outskirts of Buenaventura... News Photo 159936913Abundance,Choking,Colombia,Environmental Issues,Horizontal,Human Interest,Law,Log,RiverPhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune 2013 MCTHundreds of logs choke a river on the outskirts of Buenaventura, Colombia. Authorities worry that illegal logging may be filling the coffers of the nation's largest guerrilla group, the FARC. (Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno/Miami Herald/MCT via Getty Images)