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In photos: the 'Citgo 6'

The so-called 'CITGO 6' - Jorge Toledo, Tomeu Vadell, José Pereira and the brothers José Luis and Alirio José Zambrano - have been detained for more than 18 months in the basement of the Venezuelan military counterintelligence headquarters (DGCIM) in Caracas. But after reports of a disturbance by detainees at the facility in recent weeks, families have not been allowed contact.
13 Jul 2019 – 04:48 PM EDT
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This photo of the brothers José Luis and Alirio José Zambrano was taken on the flight to Caracas in November 2017 to attend an urgent budget meeting where they were detained by the Maduro government. Courtesy of the Zambrano family.
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Alirio José Zambrano in an image after his arrest. Courtesy of the Zambrano family
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José Luis Zambrano in an image after his arrest. Courtesy of the Zambrano family
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Citgo executive, Tomeu Vadell, at his home in Lake Charles, Louisiana, in July 2015, and three and a half years later, while he was in a Venezuelan jail in January 2019. The Vadell family says he lost more than 60 pounds. Crédito: Cristina Vadell via AP, left and AP photo, right.
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Wearing shirts with the message "Free the Citgo 6", the Vadell family poses for a photo in Katy, Texas, on Friday, February 15, 2019. From left to right are Hayes Weggeman, his wife Verónica Vadell, her mother Ley Dennysse Vadell and sister-in-law Cristina Vadell. Dennysse's husband and her daughter's father, Tomeu, a Citgo executive, has spent 20 months incarcerated in Venezuela along with five other Citgo executives for what their families say are false accusations of corruption. Crédito: AP / John L Mone Univision
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Dennysse Vadell sits between her daughters Veronica, right, and Cristina holding a digital photograph of father and husband Tomeu who is currently jailed in Venezuela with five other executives from Houston-based Citgo. Crédito: AP Photo/John L Mone
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In this summer 2016 photo provided by Maria Elena Cardenas shows her, far left, and her husband Gustavo Cardenas, far right, with their children Maria, left, Gus, right, and Sergio, below, as they vacation in Austria. Since Venezuela's government arrested Gustavo and five other Citgo employees in November 2017 in Caracas, their 18-year-old son Sergio, who suffers from a rare metabolic disease called mucolipidosis, has been having panic attacks and screaming at night for his Dad. Maria fears that he could die before his father’s release. Maria Elena Cardenas via AP
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The family of José Perreira. Crédito: Courtesy of the family.
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Alirio Rafael Zambrano with his niece Alejandra Zambrana seeking political support for the Citgo 6 in Washington DC. Courtesy of the Zambrano family.
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Alirio José Zambrano with his family in Texas. Crédito: Courtesy of the Zambrano family.
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The family of Jorge Toledo. Crédito: Courtesy of the family.
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The Zambrano family with brothers José Luis and Alirio José on the right, in Katy, Texas. Crédito: Courtesy of the Zambrano family.
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