2002 - Ingrid Betancourt, FARC's Hostage

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  • FRANCE BETANCOURT
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    FRANCE BETANCOURT
    07/04/2008
    MICHEL SPINGLER/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt reacts after arriving at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris, Friday July 4, 2008. The dual French-Colombian citizen was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler)/FRANCE_BETANCOURT_VIL127/0807041838

  • FRANCE: Ingrid Betancourt welcomed by Nicolas Sarkozy
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    FRANCE: Ingrid Betancourt welcomed by Nicolas Sarkozy
    07/04/2008
    CHESNOT/MEIGNEUX/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt is welcomed by French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla, at Villacoublay's military airport,Ê near Paris, FRANCE-04/07/2008.

  • VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
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    VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
    07/04/2008
    MEIGNEUX/CHESNOT/SIPA
    French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt is welcomed by France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy upon her arrival at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris. The former hostage was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. Paris, FRANCE - 4/7/2008.

  • VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
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    VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
    07/04/2008
    MEIGNEUX/CHESNOT/SIPA
    French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt is welcomed by France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy upon her arrival at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris. The former hostage was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. Paris, FRANCE - 4/7/2008.

  • VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
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    VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
    07/04/2008
    MEIGNEUX/CHESNOT/SIPA
    French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt is welcomed by France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy upon her arrival at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris. The former hostage was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. Paris, FRANCE - 4/7/2008.

  • FRANCE BETANCOURT
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    FRANCE BETANCOURT
    07/04/2008
    MICHEL EULER/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt, right, is welcomed by French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy as she arrives at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris, Friday July 4, 2008. The dual French-Colombian citizen was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels.(AP Photo/Michel Spingler)/FRANCE_BETANCOURT_VIL124/0807041844

  • VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
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    VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
    07/04/2008
    MEIGNEUX/CHESNOT/SIPA
    French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt is welcomed by France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy upon her arrival at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris. The former hostage was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. Paris, FRANCE - 4/7/2008.

  • VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
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    VILLACOUBLAY: Ingrid Betancourt arrival
    07/04/2008
    MEIGNEUX/CHESNOT/SIPA
    French-Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt is welcomed by France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy upon her arrival at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris. The former hostage was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. Paris, FRANCE - 4/7/2008.

  • APTOPIX FRANCE BETANCOURT
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    APTOPIX FRANCE BETANCOURT
    07/04/2008
    MICHEL SPINGLER/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt is kissed by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, left, as she arrives at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris, Friday July 4, 2008. The dual French-Colombian citizen was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler)/APTOPIX_FRANCE_BETANCOURT_VIL107/0807041644

  • FRANCE BETANCOURT
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    FRANCE BETANCOURT
    07/04/2008
    MICHEL SPINGLER/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt arrives at Villacoublay air base, outside Paris, Friday July 4, 2008. The dual French-Colombian citizen was freed Wednesday in a daring military rescue operation that also liberated three U.S. military contractors and 11 others held captive by Colombian rebels. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler)/FRANCE_BETANCOURT_VIL102/0807041619

  • PARIS: Ingrid Betancourt on the facade of Paris City Hall
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    PARIS: Ingrid Betancourt on the facade of Paris City Hall
    07/03/2008
    CHESNOT/SIPA
    The banner reading 'freed' on the giant portrait of Ingrid Betancourt on the facade of Paris City Hall. A Colombian army operation freed the French-Colombian dual citizen and 14 other hostages. Paris, FRANCE-03/07/2008

  • PARIS: Ingrid Betancourt on the facade of Paris City Hall
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    PARIS: Ingrid Betancourt on the facade of Paris City Hall
    07/03/2008
    CHESNOT/SIPA
    City employees install a banner reading 'freed' on the giant portrait of Ingrid Betancourt on the facade of Paris City Hall. A Colombian army operation freed the French-Colombian dual citizen and 14 other hostages. The inscription on top of the portrait reads: Hostage since 2321 days. Paris, FRANCE-03/07/2008

  • BOGOTA : Ingrid Betancourt arrival to a military base
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    BOGOTA : Ingrid Betancourt arrival to a military base
    07/03/2008
    CAICEDO/EL/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt cries seeing her mother as she arrives to a military base in Bogota after she was rescued from six years of captivity. Betancourt is one of 15 hostages rescued by Colombia's military from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Bogota, COLOMBIA - 02/07/2008

  • FRANCE BETANCOURT
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    FRANCE BETANCOURT
    07/03/2008
    FRANCOIS MORI/AP/SIPA
    Le Figaro's front-page spread proclaimed hostage Ingrid Betancourt "free at last", Thursday, July 3, 2008. "Free" and "Freed," echoed the one-word headlines in Le Parisien and Liberation dailies, as Metro read "An Immense Joy". A Colombian army operation Wednesday freeing the French-Colombian dual citizen and 14 other hostages elicited cheers and tears of joy in France, where President Nicolas Sarkozy and thousands of supporters had campaigned for Betancourt's release. (AP Photo/Francois...

  • PARIS : French-Colombian ex-hostage Ingrid Betancourt
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    PARIS : French-Colombian ex-hostage Ingrid Betancourt
    07/02/2008
    LORENVU/SIPA
    French-Colombian ex-hostage Ingrid Betancourt is finally free after 2319 days of captivity. French President Nicolas Sarkozy says freed Colombian-French ex-hostage Ingrid Betancourt is in "good health" and that her children are going to see her. Paris, FRANCE- 02/07/2008

  • BOGOTA:  Ingrid Betancourt freed from the FARC
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    BOGOTA: Ingrid Betancourt freed from the FARC
    07/02/2008
    MUNOZ/EFE/SIPA
    Colombian-French former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, talks on the phone at her arrival to the Militar Airport of Catam in Bogota, Colombia, 02 July 2008, after a long kidnapping by the FARC guerrilla. Colombian army rescued Betancourt, three US citizens and other 11 Colombian soldiers in the eastern department of Guaviare, COLOMBIA - 02/07/2008

  • BOGOTA: Ingrid Betancourt
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    BOGOTA: Ingrid Betancourt
    07/02/2008
    CHINE NOUVELLE/SIPA
    Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (R) meets with Ingrid Betancourt (L), who was captured as a hostage in February 2002 during a presidential campaign, and other hostages in Bogota, Colombia, July 2, 2008. The Colombian government said Wednesday that its army had rescued 15 hostages Wednesday, including former presidency candidate Ingrid Betancourt, held by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).

  • Colombia Hostages
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    Colombia Hostages
    07/02/2008
    Ricardo Mazalan/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt stands at the tarmac of a military base in Bogota waiting for the arrival of her family from France, Thursday, July 3, 2008. Betancourt, three U.S. military contractors and 11 other hostages were rescued by the Colombian military from rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, on Wednesday.(AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan)/Colombia_Hostages_XRM110/EFE OUT/0807031734

  • Colombia Hostages
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    Colombia Hostages
    06/17/2008
    Fernando Vergara/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt holds the hands of her daughter Melanie, left, and son Lorenzo, right, after their arrival from France at a military base in Bogota, Thursday, July 3, 2008. Betancourt is one of 15 hostages rescued Wednesday by Colombia's military from rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Betancourt was abducted by the FARC when running for president in Feb. 2002. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)/Colombia_Hostages_XRM107/EFE OUT/0807031727

  • Colombia Hostages
    AP20733359_000030
    Colombia Hostages
    06/17/2008
    Fernando Vergara/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt, center, embraces her husband Juan Carlos Lecompte as her mother Yolanda Pulecio, left, looks on upon Betancourt's arrival to a military base in Bogota after being rescued from six years of captivity, Wednesday, July 2, 2008. Betancourt is one of 15 hostages rescued by Colombia's military from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Betancourt was abducted by the FARC when running for president in Feb. 2002. (AP Photo/Fernando...

  • APTOPIX Colombia Hostages
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    APTOPIX Colombia Hostages
    07/02/2008
    Fernando Vergara/AP/SIPA
    Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt, front second left, embraces other freed hostages after arriving to a military base in Bogota, Wednesday, July 2, 2008. Betancourt is one of 15 hostages rescued by Colombia's military from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Betancourt was abducted by the FARC when running for president in Feb. 2002. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)/APTOPIX_Colombia_Hostages_XRM122/EFE OUT/0807030504

  • APTOPIX Colombia Hostages
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    APTOPIX Colombia Hostages
    07/02/2008
    Ricardo Mazalan/AP/SIPA
    ** ALTERNATIVE CROP OF XRM111 ** Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt, right, embraces her mother Yolanda Pulecio as she arrives to a military base after being rescued from six years of captivity in Bogota, Wednesday, July 2, 2008. Betancourt is one of 15 hostages rescued by Colombia's military from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Betancourt was abducted by the FARC when running for president in Feb. 2002. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan)/APTOPIX_Colombia_Hostages_XRM211/EFE OUT...

  • APTOPIX Colombia Hostages
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    APTOPIX Colombia Hostages
    06/17/2008
    Fernando Vergara/AP/SIPA
    ** RETRANSMITTING TO OFFER A HIGHER RESOLUTION FILE OF XRM120 ** Former hostage Ingrid Betancourt gestures as she arrives to a military base in Bogota after being rescued from six years of captivity, Wednesday, July 2, 2008. Betancourt is one of 15 hostages rescued by Colombia's military from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC. Betancourt was abducted by the FARC when running for president in Feb. 2002. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)/APTOPIX_Colombia_Hostages_XRM220/EFE OUT -...

  • BOGOTA: Yolanda Pulecia de Betancourt
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    BOGOTA: Yolanda Pulecia de Betancourt
    01/28/2006
    HALEY/SIPA
    Place Bolivar - Yolanda Pulecio de Betancourt with an enlarged photo of her daughter, Ingrid Betancourt, who was taken hostage by armed revolutionary forces (FARC) on Feb. 23, 2002. Yolanda has devoted the last four years working for the liberation of her daughter and the several thousand other Colombian citizens hed hostage by diverse armed forces in Colombia. Bogota, Colombian. Jan. 28, 2006.

  • PARIS : Betancourt's marks 1,000th day as hostage
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    PARIS : Betancourt's marks 1,000th day as hostage
    11/19/2004
    LYDIE/SIPA
    A protest march to ask the release of former Colombian presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt was organized in Paris, November 19, 2004. Ingrid Betancourt was kidnapped in Colombia by the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) 1000 days ago. Paris, FRANCE - 19/11/2004

  • FRANCE BETANCOURT
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    FRANCE BETANCOURT
    11/19/2004
    LAURENT REBOURS/AP/SIPA
    A large portrait of Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt is displayed in front of the Eiffel Tower during a rally to mark the 1,000 days of her captivity, in Paris, Friday Nov. 19, 2004. Ingrid Betancourt has been held hostage by the rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate in presidential elections. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours)/FRANCE_BETANCOURT_REB103/0411192117

  • FRANCE BETANCOURT
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    FRANCE BETANCOURT
    11/19/2004
    LAURENT REBOURS/AP/SIPA
    An unidentified woman lights candles and chinese lanterns during a rally to mark the 1,000 days in captivity of Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt in Paris, Friday Nov. 19, 2004. Ingrid Betancourt has been held hostage by the rebel Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia since 2002 when she was campaigning as a candidate in presidential elections. (AP Photo/Laurent Rebours)/FRANCE_BETANCOURT_REB102/0411192100

  • COLOMBIA : Ingrid Betancourt,
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    COLOMBIA : Ingrid Betancourt,
    08/30/2003
    /SIPA
    TV grab of Colombian former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, kidnap ped by Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) since February 23, 2002, says in the 22-minute video recorded sometime after May 5 she favors a milit ary intervention to free her, but that it would have to be 'a decision of co nscience by President Alvaro Uribe'

  • COLOMBIA : Ingrid Betancourt,
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    COLOMBIA : Ingrid Betancourt,
    08/30/2003
    /SIPA
    TV grab of Colombian former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt, kidnap ped by Colombian Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC) since February 23, 2002, says in the 22-minute video recorded sometime after May 5 she favors a milit ary intervention to free her, but that it would have to be 'a decision of co nscience by President Alvaro Uribe'

  • Ingrid Betancour Election Headquarters
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    Ingrid Betancour Election Headquarters
    03/29/2003
    VOETEN/SIPA
    May 2002 - Bogota, Colombia - The election headquarters of presidential cand idate Ingrid Betancourt who was kidnapped by the FARC-guerilla February this year....

  • *EXCLUSIVE* Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping.
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    *EXCLUSIVE* Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping.
    03/21/2003
    MIAMI HERALD/SIPA
    UNDATED - Coral Gables, Florida - Ingrid Betancourt, politician and Colombia n Presidential candidate with the Green Oxygen Party, was kidnapped by the F ARC guerrillas o...

  • *EXCLUSIVE* Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping.
    00446179_000003
    *EXCLUSIVE* Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping.
    03/21/2003
    MIAMI HERALD/SIPA
    UNDATED - Coral Gables, Florida - Ingrid Betancourt, politician and Colombia n Presidential candidate with the Green Oxygen Party, was kidnapped by the F ARC guerrillas o...

  • * EXCLUSIVE * Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping
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    * EXCLUSIVE * Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping
    03/21/2003
    MIAMI HERALD/SIPA
    UNDATED - Coral Gables, Florida - Ingrid Betancourt, politician and Colombian Presidential candidate with the Green Oxygen Party, was kidnapped by the F ARC guerrillas o...

  • * EXCLUSIVE * Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping
    00446179_000001
    * EXCLUSIVE * Ingrid Betancourt Kidnapping
    03/21/2003
    MIAMI HERALD/SIPA
    UNDATED - Coral Gables, Florida - Ingrid Betancourt, politician and Colombian Presidential candidate with the Green Oxygen Party, was kidnapped by the F ARC guerrillas o...

  • BOGOTA: Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt
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    BOGOTA: Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt
    03/21/2003
    SELSKY/SIPA
    Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt, shows a man her campaign pamphlet during a campaign stop in Bogota, Colombia, January 24, 2002. Betancourt was hand

  • BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE INGRID BETANCOURT
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    BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE INGRID BETANCOURT
    03/21/2003
    SELSKY/SIPA
    BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE INGRID BETANCOURT

  • BOGOTA: Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt
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    BOGOTA: Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt
    01/24/2002
    SELSKY/SIPA
    Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt, at her campaign headquarters in Bogota, Colombia, January 24, 2002.

  • BOGOTA: Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt
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    BOGOTA: Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt
    01/24/2002
    SELSKY/SIPA
    Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt, at her campaign headquarters in Bogota, Colombia, January 24, 2002, overlooking the busy Septima Avenue.

  • BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE INGRID BETANCOURT
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    BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE INGRID BETANCOURT
    01/24/2002
    SELSKY/SIPA
    BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE INGRID BETANCOURT

  • BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, INGRID BETANCOURT
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    BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, INGRID BETANCOURT
    01/24/2002
    SELSKY/SIPA
    BOGOTA: COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, INGRID BETANCOURT

  • COLOMBIA SEARCHING FOR INGRID
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    COLOMBIA SEARCHING FOR INGRID
    03/28/2001
    LAURENT EMMANUEL/AP/SIPA
    **FILE** Colombian former presidential candidate and senator Ingrid Betancourt addresses the media during a news conference in Paris, in this March 28, 2001 file photo. In his odyssey to seek freedom for his wife, Juan Carlos Lecompte, Ingrid Betancourt's husband, has traveled to the mosquito-infested Amazon, met with dangerous criminals at a Bogota prison and has shared the anguish of thousands of other Colombians whose loved ones have been kidnapped by rebels. (AP Photo/Laurent Emmanuel,...

  • PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt defend her autobiography:
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    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt defend her autobiography:
    03/26/2001
    JOBARD/SIPA
    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt was in front of a Paris tribu nal,today March 26,to defend her autobiography published by Bernard Fixot in France.F

  • PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt :
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    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt :
    03/28/2001
    JOBARD/SIPA
    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt defend her autobiography published by Bernard Fixot in France

  • PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt :
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    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt :
    03/28/2001
    JOBARD/SIPA
    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt defend her autobiography published by Bernard Fixot in France

  • PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt :
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    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt :
    03/28/2001
    JOBARD/SIPA
    PARIS : Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt defend her autobiography published by Bernard Fixot in France