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Mother searches for son believed killed by Colombia soldiers

BUCARAMANGA – Doris Tejada last heard from her son on New Year’s Eve 2007. Óscar Alexander had left her home in central Colombia to travel to a city on the border with Venezuela to earn money selling clothes to help his family after losing his job as a surveyor’s assistant.

Four years later, Tejada said, she felt a chill of premonition while watching a news report on television in which a group of Colombian mothers blamed the military for the murders of their missing children. “What is happening with their children is the same that is happening to us,” she said that night to her husband, Darío Morales. “They say it is a false positive.

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