Colombians tell FARC: 'Enough's enough'
Feb 6, 2008 | Posted by: Christian Science Monitor | Full story: Christian Science Monitor
“I have never seen something like this, ever.”
From above, they looked like a white river flowing through the streets of Colombia's capital. They wore white T-shirts that read: "Yo Soy Colombia (I am Colombia). Stop the kidnappings, the lies, the murders. No more FARC."
Hundreds of thousands of Colombians protested Monday against the violence and kidnappings of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). Waving national flags and chanting "free them now," protesters demanded the release of more than 700 hostages held by the leftist rebel group, which has been fighting Colombia's government for decades. Read more
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