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Military: Key rebel Caracas killed 6.8 earthquake struck off Pacific coast Chiquita: $25M fine for terror payments   Farc woman steals plane to desert   An armed female member of Colombia's Farc rebel group hijacked a small plane to escape her 'tortuous life' with the guerrillas Mine collapse kills 24  Many more are missing after a mine accident in the south-west of the country   Hostage talks see spark of hope  President Chavez and a top Colombian guerrilla chief gave a glimmer of hope that dozens of hostages held by the leftist rebels would be freed Families:Chiquita liable for torture, murder  A $7.86 billion lawsuit was filed on behalf of nearly 400 Colombian families who say Chiquita Brands International should be held responsibl... Argentina suffer Colombian setback   Colombia halts Chavez mediation  Colombia has ended the involvement of Venezuelan President in attempts to negotiate a prisoner swap with left-wing rebels   Chavez cuts all ties with Colombia  Venezuelan President said he is cutting all ties with Colombia as long as Alvaro Uribe remains its president Videos show hostages held by rebels  The government has seized 5 videotapes from members of a rebel group that show a number of hostages   Chavez blasts Colombia  A Colombian rebel group holding hostages had agreed to release some of them by the end of 2007. Chavez: President Uribe has derailed those p...   Sarkozy urges Betancourt release
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FARC leader guilty of US kidnaps 'Drug baron' sent to US Uribe offers talks zone Alleged Colombian drug lord arrested   Chavez to help broker hostage deal
Official escapes rebels after six years Gas blast traps miners  A gas explosion collapsed 2 adjacent coal mining tunnels, trapping 31 miners and killing at least 3 On eve of visit, military activity confirmed   Bush thanks Colombia for drug aid  US President has thanked President Alvaro Uribe for his support in the anti-drugs war Colombia cuts drugs haul figure   President vows to free Betancourt  Alvaro Uribe has ordered the army to step up efforts to rescue former presidential candidate from rebel captors   Colombia seeks FARC prisoner swap  Colombia has begun releasing prisoners from its largest Marxist rebel group, beginning with its foreign minister in hopes of getting FARC to reciprocate Massacre relatives win landmark case 11 lawmaker hostages killed Colombians hold kidnap protests


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  Hundreds of thousands have staged nationwide protests calling for an end to kidnapping and the civil conflict
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  Venezuelan President entered Colombia's hostage standoff, seeking to broker a deal between the government and guerrillas to free hostages


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  French President has made a direct appeal to Colombian rebels to release long-held French-Colombian hostage
Dec.6     Farc welcomes Sarkozy hostage bid  The Colombian rebel group has cautiously welcomed French President's offer to broker the release of 45 Farc-held hostages Dec.7     Colombia offers talks with rebels  Under international pressure, President Uribe agreed the first face-to-face meeting between officials of his government and leftist rebels Dec.18     FARC vows in letter to release hostages  3 captives held for years by rebels could be freed by the end of the year, including an aide to Colombian Sen. Betancourt Dec.19     FARC offered French home deal  France is willing to take in Colombian guerrillas as part of a deal to secure the release of hostages held by the leftist rebel group Dec.26     Chavez Farc hostage plan approved   The Colombian government has approved a plan by Hugo Chavez to send planes into Colombia to pick up rebel-held hostages Dec.28   Mission begins to free FARC hostages Map of Villavicencio Colombia
  2 Venezuelan helicopters arrived in central Colombia as part of an operation to free 3 hostages from the jungles
Dec.29   Hostage mission delayed  An operation by Venezuelan helicopters to collect 3 hostages due to be released by the Farc rebel group has been delayed a second day Dec.31   New delay for hostages
  Leftist rebels say government military operations are blocking the release of 3 hostages, according to Hugo Chavez





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On eve of visit, military activity confirmed   President vows to free Betancourt  Alvaro Uribe has ordered the army to step up efforts to rescue former presidential candidate from rebel captors   Colombia seeks FARC prisoner swap  Colombia has begun releasing prisoners from its largest Marxist rebel group, beginning with its foreign minister in hopes of getting FARC to reciprocate Massacre relatives win landmark case 11 lawmaker hostages killed FARC leader guilty of US kidnaps Uribe offers talks zone Military: Key rebel Caracas killed   Farc woman steals plane to desert   An armed female member of Colombia's Farc rebel group hijacked a small plane to escape her 'tortuous life' with the guerrillas Videos show hostages held by rebels  The government has seized 5 videotapes from members of a rebel group that show a number of hostages   Sarkozy urges Betancourt release




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  French President has made a direct appeal to Colombian rebels to release long-held French-Colombian hostage
Dec.6   Farc welcomes Sarkozy hostage bid  The Colombian rebel group has cautiously welcomed French President's offer to broker the release of 45 Farc-held hostages Dec.7   Colombia offers talks with rebels  Under international pressure, President Uribe agreed the first face-to-face meeting between officials of his government and leftist rebels Dec.18   FARC vows in letter to release hostages  3 captives held for years by rebels could be freed by the end of the year, including an aide to Colombian Sen. Betancourt Dec.19   FARC offered French home deal  France is willing to take in Colombian guerrillas as part of a deal to secure the release of hostages held by the leftist rebel group Dec.26   Chavez Farc hostage plan approved   The Colombian government has approved a plan by Hugo Chavez to send planes into Colombia to pick up rebel-held hostages Dec.28 Mission begins to free FARC hostages
Map of Villavicencio Colombia
  2 Venezuelan helicopters arrived in central Colombia as part of an operation to free 3 hostages from the jungles




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2007 Feb.3 Gas blast traps miners  A gas explosion collapsed 2 adjacent coal mining tunnels, trapping 31 miners and killing at least 3 Sep.9 6.8 earthquake struck off Pacific coast
Oct.13 Mine collapse kills 24  Many more are missing after a mine accident in the south-west of the country



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2007 Nov.21 Argentina suffer Colombian setback




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2007 Nov.14 Families:Chiquita liable for torture, murder  A $7.86 billion lawsuit was filed on behalf of nearly 400 Colombian families who say Chiquita Brands International should be held responsibl...



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2007 Jan.5 Official escapes rebels after six years
Mar.11   Bush thanks Colombia for drug aid  US President has thanked President Alvaro Uribe for his support in the anti-drugs war May.1 Colombia cuts drugs haul figure May.18   President vows to free Betancourt  Alvaro Uribe has ordered the army to step up efforts to rescue former presidential candidate from rebel captors Jun.28 11 lawmaker hostages killed Jul.5 Colombians hold kidnap protests
  Hundreds of thousands have staged nationwide protests calling for an end to kidnapping and the civil conflict
Jul.9 FARC leader guilty of US kidnaps
Jul.19 'Drug baron' sent to US Aug.7 Alleged Colombian drug lord arrested Aug.31   Chavez to help broker hostage deal
  Venezuelan President entered Colombia's hostage standoff, seeking to broker a deal between the government and guerrillas to free hostages
Sep.3 Military: Key rebel Caracas killed Sep.28   Farc woman steals plane to desert   An armed female member of Colombia's Farc rebel group hijacked a small plane to escape her 'tortuous life' with the guerrillas Nov.8   Hostage talks see spark of hope  President Chavez and a top Colombian guerrilla chief gave a glimmer of hope that dozens of hostages held by the leftist rebels would be freed Nov.30 Videos show hostages held by rebels  The government has seized 5 videotapes from members of a rebel group that show a number of hostages Dec.5   Sarkozy urges Betancourt release
  French President has made a direct appeal to Colombian rebels to release long-held French-Colombian hostage
Dec.18   FARC vows in letter to release hostages  3 captives held for years by rebels could be freed by the end of the year, including an aide to Colombian Sen. Betancourt Dec.29 Hostage mission delayed  An operation by Venezuelan helicopters to collect 3 hostages due to be released by the Farc rebel group has been delayed a second day Dec.31 New delay for hostages
  Leftist rebels say government military operations are blocking the release of 3 hostages, according to Hugo Chavez




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2007 Mar.11   Bush thanks Colombia for drug aid  US President has thanked President Alvaro Uribe for his support in the anti-drugs war Jun.11 Massacre relatives win landmark case Jul.5 Colombians hold kidnap protests
  Hundreds of thousands have staged nationwide protests calling for an end to kidnapping and the civil conflict
Aug.2 Uribe offers talks zone Aug.31   Chavez to help broker hostage deal
  Venezuelan President entered Colombia's hostage standoff, seeking to broker a deal between the government and guerrillas to free hostages
Sep.11 Chiquita: $25M fine for terror payments Nov.8   Hostage talks see spark of hope  President Chavez and a top Colombian guerrilla chief gave a glimmer of hope that dozens of hostages held by the leftist rebels would be freed Nov.14 Families:Chiquita liable for torture, murder  A $7.86 billion lawsuit was filed on behalf of nearly 400 Colombian families who say Chiquita Brands International should be held responsibl... Nov.21   Colombia halts Chavez mediation  Colombia has ended the involvement of Venezuelan President in attempts to negotiate a prisoner swap with left-wing rebels Nov.28   Chavez cuts all ties with Colombia  Venezuelan President said he is cutting all ties with Colombia as long as Alvaro Uribe remains its president Dec.1   Chavez blasts Colombia  A Colombian rebel group holding hostages had agreed to release some of them by the end of 2007. Chavez: President Uribe has derailed those p... Dec.5   Sarkozy urges Betancourt release
  French President has made a direct appeal to Colombian rebels to release long-held French-Colombian hostage
Dec.7   Colombia offers talks with rebels  Under international pressure, President Uribe agreed the first face-to-face meeting between officials of his government and leftist rebels