Sibylla Brodzinsky

Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor

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Correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor in Bogota, Colombia

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For the first time in six years, Ingrid
Betancourt today embraced her children, a day after her dramatic rescue from
the FARC rebels in Colombia.  Thirteen other hostages, including…

Betancourt, Americans Freed in Daring Rescue

For the first time in six years, Ingrid Betancourt today embraced her children, a day after her dramatic rescue from the FARC rebels in Colombia. Thirteen other hostages, including…

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