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Liverpool striker Luis Díaz and his father are reunited for the 1st time after kidnapping

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Kidnapping and Reunion

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Kidnapping and Reunion

Q: Who is Luis Díaz, and what happened to his father?

A: Luis Díaz is a Liverpool soccer player. His father, Luis Manuel Díaz Jiménez, was kidnapped by a guerrilla group in northern Colombia in late October but was released last week, leading to their emotional reunion.

Q: Which guerrilla group was responsible for the kidnapping?

A: Initially, it was unclear who carried out the abduction. However, Colombia’s government later revealed that a unit of the National Liberation Army (ELN) was responsible for the kidnapping.

Q: Were Luis Díaz’s parents the only ones kidnapped in this incident?

A: No, Luis Díaz’s parents were both kidnapped from a gas station. His mother, Cilenis Marulanda, was rescued within hours by the police. However, Luis Díaz’s father remained in captivity until his recent release.

Q: What was the reason behind Luis Díaz’s father’s kidnapping?

A: The guerrilla group, ELN, initially kidnapped Díaz’s father during a period of peace negotiations between Colombia’s government and the group. The group later acknowledged it was a mistake and ordered his release.

Q: How many kidnappings and releases by armed groups have occurred in Colombia recently?

A: According to Colombia’s Ombudsman’s Office, between January 2022 and September 2023, armed groups conducted 160 kidnappings and 121 releases.

Q: What is the government’s stance on the issue of kidnapping in Colombia?

A: Following Luis Díaz’s father’s release, the government’s peace talks delegation demanded that the ELN immediately free anyone it still holds in captivity and cease its practice of kidnappings. They emphasized that trading with human beings, even in an armed conflict, is ethically untenable.

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