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Colombia's ELN rebels free new hostage: Red Cross

Colombia's second-largest guerrilla group, the ELN, freed a civilian hostage Monday, the Red Cross said, the rebels' third such release in recent days as they apparently prepare to open peace talks with the government. The International Committee of the Red Cross said the National Liberation Army (ELN) handed over the unnamed hostage in a remote area near the Venezuelan border, hours before what was billed as an important announcement on the peace process by the leftist rebels and the government.
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