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| 10/15/2010 12:00:00 AM

The hunt for Colombia's most-wanted insurgent

GLOBAL POST--The FARC's leader is believed to be hiding among the mountains of central Colombia.

Somewhere between canyon and crag, between rushing rivers and clouds that hide the sky, between 12,000 feet of mountains, Colombia's most-wanted rebel is believed to be hiding.

A special military force 5,000-strong, supported by thousands more, is tasked with finding the leader of Colombia’s largest rebel group, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC.

Guillermo Leon Saenz, who goes by Alfonso Cano, has long been an elusive target for the military. So was the FARC’s No. 2 commander, known as “Mono Jojoy,” until he was killed last month in an air raid over his jungle hide-out.
 
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