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Colombian tourism minister breaks silence

Colombia Tourism Colombian tourism minister breaks silence

Hazel Heyer, Special to eTN

The United States played a more elaborate role in the events leading up to the rescue this month of 15 high-profile hostages in the Colombian jungle than had been previously acknowledged, ...

Colombia's Uribe soars after freeing hostages

Colombi Colombia's Uribe soars after freeing hostages

Sibylla Brodzinsky, The Christian Science Monitor

BOGOT√Ā, Colombia - ‚Äď President √Ālvaro Uribe is still soaking up the glory of last week's spectacular rescue of 15 high-profile hostages held in the Colombian jungle for years by leftist ...

Venezuelan president may negotiate for US hostages

Chavez of Venezuela Venezuelan president may negotiate for US hostages

Christopher Toothaker | Associated Press

Caracas, Venezuela - President Hugo Ch√°vez said he will try to facilitate the release of three Americans held captive by Colombia's largest rebel group ‚Äď even though he has lost contact with ...

Farc frees four tourists in Colombia

Colombia Farc frees four tourists in Colombia

Left-wing Colombian rebels have freed four local tourists kidnapped in January, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Ana Maria Aldana, Cesar Hoyos, Hernando Martinez ...

Chavez is the new peace hero in Colombia

Colombia Rebels Chavez is the new peace hero in Colombia

Nelson Alcantara

(eTN) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has done it again. He once again helped free Colombian hostages held by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

Chavez becomes an unlikely key person in Colombia kidnappings

Colombia Kidnapping Chavez becomes an unlikely key person in Colombia kidnappings

Nelson Alcantara

(eTN) - It is Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, not officials from Colombia, who is reaping praises for speaking against last Sunday’s kidnapping of tourists in a remote Pacific Ocean island in ...

Navy says rebels kidnapped 6 Colombian tourists from Pacific island

Colombia Navy says rebels kidnapped 6 Colombian tourists from Pacific island

Bogota, Colombia - Leftist rebel gunmen kidnapped six tourists from a Pacific island, Colombia's navy said Monday, adding to the more than 700 hostages it still holds for ransom or political ...

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