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(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Multiple acts of violence in Colombia reported; details given of the recent deaths of five Americans in a plane crash and ten deaths after a car bomb explosion in Medellin, Colombia.
(Caqueta, Colombia: Lucia Newman) The organization of the leftist Colombian rebels examined; graphic scenes shown from Colombia of people killed. [FARC Commander Raul REYES(thru translator) - defends kidnappings.] [Political analyst Alvaro RANGEL(thru translator) - says the guerrillas are political "bandits".]
(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Report introduced.
(Miami: Susan Candiotti) The rising numbers of Colombians fleeing to the US and other countries featured. ["CLAUDIA" - says the rebels are killing people.] [PERSON - says Colombians fear for their lives.] [Florida Atlantic University professor Victor URIBE - says staying in the US illegally is better than returning to Colombia.]
(Studio: Marina Kolbe) Denouncement of the Colombian rebels' activities by Pope John Paul II reported.
- Candiotti, Susan;
- Kolbe, Marina;
- Newman, Lucia
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