Dolores Ochoa / Associated Press
Ducking helicopter turbulence, Ecuadorean soldiers kneel by the bodies of Colombian rebels slain by Colombian forces, an operation that triggered tensions between the two countries. Colombian President Alvaro Uribe apparently decided it was worth risking the ire of his southern neighbor to enter Ecuador to kill Raul Reyes, the No. 2 man in the FARC, Colombia's largest rebel group. The incursion prompted denunciations from neighboring countries, especially Venezuela, which threatened war.
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