Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor
Correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor
in Bogota, Colombia
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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