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U.S. Seeks Employees Held by Colombian Rebels

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U.S. Seeks Employees Held by Colombian Rebels

U.S. Seeks Employees Held by Colombian Rebels

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The United States is searching for three government employees captured by Colombian rebels two weeks ago after their plane crashed in the jungle. It's feared the three may become bargaining chips for the release of three rebel prisoners held by the Colombian government. NPR's Martin Kaste reports.

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