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FARC readies to release hostages

Villavicencio : Colombia | Apr 02, 2012 at 6:23 AM PDT
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Luis Alfonso Beltran Franco, holds a picture of her son on Friday. (CNN) -- Two Brazilian military helicopters landed in Colombia Monday, waiting for word from rebels to begin a long-awaited mission. The leftist guerrilla group Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia has pledged to hand over 10 hostages.... FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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