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Three police officials and a soldier held hostage by rebels in the jungle for nearly 12 years rushed into the arms of tearful relatives Monday and applauded the troops who rescued them in a surprise armed raid.
A Thai criminal court dismissed Monday a claim by international arms dealer Viktor Bout, the so-called "Merchant of Death," that his March 2008 arrest by Royal Thai Police in Bangkok was illegal because a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent assisted in the apprehension.
International arms dealer Viktor Bout, the so-called "Merchant of Death" being held in Thailand on charges of selling weapons to Marxist rebels in Colombia to kill Americans, was named Wednesday in an indictment unsealed in New York as conspiring to finance an aircraft fleet to arm bloody conflicts and support rogue regimes worldwide.
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Colombia's Defense Ministry said today that it has information from various intelligence sources that the legendary leader of Latin America's largest guerrilla army is dead. UPDATED, 8:08 p.m. Moderate earthquake hits Bogota
A suspected international arms dealer is accused of conspiring to sell to Marxist guerrillas in Colombia millions of dollars worth of weapons to be used to kill Americans there, according to a federal grand jury indictment unsealed yesterday in New York.
Colombian rebel leader Ricardo Palmera was convicted yesterday of helping hold three Americans hostage for years in jungle prison camps. He is the only person ever found responsible for the crime.