30 May 2012 17:16 ET
French journalist Romeo Langlois, abducted a month ago by left-wing Farc rebels in Colombia, has been released.
He was handed over to a group of international mediators in the jungle in the south of the country.
A smiling Mr Langlois spoke to reporters and said that he was fine and had been well-treated.
The France 24 reporter was captured while filming the destruction of cocaine laboratories by army soldiers in the Caqueta region.
Colombia suspended operations in the area for the handover.
On Sunday, the rebels announced they would release Mr Langlois, 35, to a mediation committee consisting of members of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), French envoy Jean-Baptiste Chauvin and peace activist Piedad Cordoba.
The journalist walked through a crowd of villagers with Farc rebels before giving a short news conference.
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