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2014/09/18 16:49
2014/09/18 16:49
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BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Juanita Barragan was 13 when she joined Colombia's largest rebel group to escape sexual abuse by her stepfather and beatings by her mother. She spent about a...
2014/09/18 16:49
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2014/09/17 11:19
2014/09/17 11:19
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Until now, coca — the raw plant material used to manufacture cocaine — has been grown almost exclusively in the Andes. But there is virtually nothing to stop Mexican drug cartels from cultivating the...
2014/09/15 18:49
2014/09/15 18:49
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BOGOTA (Reuters) - Leftist guerrillas in northeastern Colombia killed two contractors working on a pipeline for the state oil company, Ecopetrol, military sources said on Monday. The shooting...
Read more at The Star, Reuters
2014/09/13 00:22
2014/09/13 00:22
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LONDON -- Tabitha Ritchie, the 29-year-old London woman under house arrest in Bogota, Colombia, on a drug smuggling charge, is starting the paperwork and crossing her fingers she can serve the rest of...
2014/09/10 19:27
2014/09/10 19:27
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Catholic News Service SAN ANTONIO (CNS) -- As William Carmona lay gravely ill in a San Antonio hospital bed, he repeatedly questioned his classmates from nearby Assumption Seminary: "Where is Bishop...
2014/09/07 13:53
2014/09/07 13:53
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The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) has accused the United States, the United Kingdom, and Israel of prolonging Colombia’s guerilla war. FARC negotiator Marcos Calarca leveled the...
2014/09/05 18:13
2014/09/05 18:13
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... The rules of business in Bogota in the 1990s reached far beyond balance sheets and profit margins. If you could afford an armored car, you bought one. If you had the means to move your family to...
2014/09/02 11:08
2014/09/02 11:08
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Time to channel your inner Jack Sparrow. Buried treasures aren't just pirate myths. While there are a few legendary pirate booties still allegedly floating around, troves of valuable items still await...
2014/09/02 07:38
2014/09/02 07:38
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Spain has returned to Colombia 691 indigenous artefacts seized in a police operation 11 years ago. The items - from different epochs, cultures and regions, include objects with organic and geometric...
Read more at New Kerala, GlobalPost
2014/09/01 23:36
2014/09/01 23:36
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BBC News - Spain arrests members of 'Farc money-laundering ring' For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page The money laundering ring is suspected...
2014/08/30 14:11
2014/08/30 14:11
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Armando Perez, who headed militia linked to 5,000 murders and a spate of disappearances, was arrested in Panama. Perez known as "the monster of Catatumbo" was also active in Panama [Reuters] A...
2014/08/30 06:17
2014/08/30 06:17
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Former Colombian militia leader Armando Perez, known as ‘monster of Catatumbo’, arrested in Panama A former head of a feared Colombian militia that was linked to more than 5,000 murders and a spate...
2014/08/29 17:27
2014/08/29 17:27
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Silence surrounds Colombia's 92,000 disappeared: ICRC BOGOTA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than 92,000 Colombians have disappeared during 50 years of war and at the hands of drug gangs, and the...
2014/08/28 08:18
2014/08/28 08:18
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John Jairo Velasquez Vasquez, aka 'Popeye', at Combita prison, last year. Photo: AFP Washington: John Jairo Velasquez has been tied to the murders of at least 3000 people. He has admitted to killing...
2014/08/27 17:18
2014/08/27 17:18
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... currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'BBB+'; Outlook Stable; --Foreign currency IDR at 'BBB'; Outlook Stable; --Senior unsecured debt consisting of approximately US$4 billion of notes...
2014/08/23 07:53
2014/08/23 07:53
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Another round of peace talks between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels has come to an end with no agreement on a bilateral ceasefire. On Friday,...
2014/08/22 07:38
2014/08/22 07:38
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At least three policemen were killed in an ambush by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), a security official said Friday. According to the official, the incident occurred Thursday in...
2014/08/22 02:26
2014/08/22 02:26
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Venezuela to introduce fingerprint scans for food shoppers in bid to crack down on smuggling Venezuela has announced plans to introduce fingerprint scanners at supermarkets in a bid to stop food...
2014/08/22 00:36
2014/08/22 00:36
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BBC News - Venezuela plans to introduce supermarket fingerprinting For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page The government wants to introduce...
2014/08/18 11:38
2014/08/18 11:38
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Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has said that a committee of military officers and Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) members will discuss a final ceasefire agreement. Santos Sunday...
2014/09/18 16:49
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