Interpol red notices re-issued against Colombian FARC dissident chief “Iván Márquez”

The Colombian Police issued three red notices against FARC dissident leader Luciano Marín Arango, aka "Iván Márquez" for crimes committed between 2001 and 2002 involving homicide and forced recruitment.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombian Police Director General Jorge Luis Vargas said Wednesday in a statement that the red notices (international arrest warrants) were issued at the request of the Human Rights Prosecutor's Office for the crimes of "aggravated homicide, homicide of a protected person, forced disappearance, and illegal recruitment of people".

The Colombian authorities through Interpol requested the Venezuelan authorities to locate and capture "Iván Márquez" who violated the peace agreement with the FARC, after having been one of its negotiators in Havana.

According to the Colombian government, the men known as "Iván Marquez", "El . . .

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