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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image caption The girl was kidnapped in a town near the Venezuelan border Residents of the small Colombian town of Fortul, near the Venezuelan border, have taken to the streets to demand the release of Nohora Munoz, a year-old girl who was kidnapped on Thursday. The girl, whose father is the town's mayor, was abducted along with her mother on her way to school.
The mother was released shortly afterwards. Fortul Mayor Jorge Munoz said he had spoken to the kidnappers on Sunday and they had assured him she was alive. Mr Munoz, who spoke to the abductors on the phone, said he knew who they were but was not yet in a position to reveal their identity. He said the kidnappers had told him the girl was in good health and in a safe place. But the head of Colombia's anti-kidnapping police force, Humberto Guatibonza, said officers were still trying to confirm whether the people Mr Munoz spoke to were indeed those holding his daughter.
Mass solidarity Some people demonstrated in Fortul, in eastern Arauca province, on Monday demanding Nohora's release. Many of those who marched were children from her school. She said the kidnappers had to understand that "children have a right to be protected and to be spared from crime". Police said Mr Munoz had not received any threats before his daughter was kidnapped. Arauca is one of Colombia's most important petroleum-producing regions.
Left-wing guerrillas from the Farc and ELN have a strong presence in the area.