Lorenza Kuri Brena Rosillo

Four alleged members of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) stand by weapons as they are presented to the press at a military base in Medellin, Colombia, Saturday Aug. 28, 2010.

Peace in Colombia? Bringing FARC Children Safely Home

Out of the approximate 15,500 members of the guerrilla movement, an estimated 7,500 are child soldiers who were often kidnapped or forced into labor. Children have always played a central role in the operations of the FARC. The group uses girls and boys to install land-mines, transport explosives and kidnap hostages for ransom.