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LONDON, United Kingdom:  Emperatriz De Guevara, the mother of a Colombian police captain who was kidnapped by members of FARC attends a press conference in central London, 30 October 2006, as part of a campaign entitled "The Cocaine Curse" consisting of five Colombian women who have been victims of the terrorism financed by cocaine. The victims will seek to raise awareness to Europeans of the fact that when a person uses cocaine he not only does damage to himself, but he is also financing the growth and commercialization of the drug. The visit by the five women comes ahead of a visit to Britain by Colombian Vice-President Francisco Santos Calderon later this week. AFP PHOTO/BERTRAND LANGLOIS  (Photo credit should read BERTRAND LANGLOIS/AFP/Getty Images)
LONDON, United Kingdom:  Emperatriz De Guevara, the mother of a Colombian police captain who was kidnapped by members of FARC attends a press conference in central London, 30 October 2006, as part of a campaign entitled "The Cocaine Curse" consisting of five Colombian women who have been victims of the terrorism financed by cocaine. The victims will seek to raise awareness to Europeans of the fact that when a person uses cocaine he not only does damage to himself, but he is also financing the growth and commercialization of the drug. The visit by the five women comes ahead of a visit to Britain by Colombian Vice-President Francisco Santos Calderon later this week. AFP PHOTO/BERTRAND LANGLOIS  (Photo credit should read BERTRAND LANGLOIS/AFP/Getty Images)

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