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Colombian journalist Herbin Hoyos (C), his son Ali (L) and Jenny Mendieta (C-R) hold a white helmet before offering it to Pope benedict XVI during his weekly general audience on November 18, 2009  in Paul VI Hall at The Vatican. Herbin and Mendieta, who took part in a motorcycle "ride for the freedom of hostages" from Madrid to The Vatican offered the helmet to Pope Benedict XVI as a symbol to call for freedom of people taken hostages around the world.   AFP PHOTO / ANDREAS  SOLARO (Photo credit should read ANDREAS SOLARO/AFP/Getty Images)
Colombian journalist Herbin Hoyos (C), his son Ali (L) and Jenny Mendieta (C-R) hold a white helmet before offering it to Pope benedict XVI during his weekly general audience on November 18, 2009  in Paul VI Hall at The Vatican. Herbin and Mendieta, who took part in a motorcycle "ride for the freedom of hostages" from Madrid to The Vatican offered the helmet to Pope Benedict XVI as a symbol to call for freedom of people taken hostages around the world.   AFP PHOTO / ANDREAS  SOLARO (Photo credit should read ANDREAS SOLARO/AFP/Getty Images)

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El premio Nobel a Juan Manuel Santos "se puede entender como un espaldarazo" para que el presidente no deje "ensayado al país con esta iniciativa de paz", dice Herbin Hoyos, presidente de la Federación de víctimas de las FARC.

Herbin Hoyos: Nobel condiciona a Santos a levantar el proceso de paz

El premio Nobel a Juan Manuel Santos "se puede entender como un espaldarazo" para que el presidente no deje "ensayado al país con esta iniciativa de paz", dice Herbin Hoyos, presidente de la Federación de víctimas de las FARC.