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2014/07/23 22:59
2014/07/23 22:59
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At least 13 leftist militants have been killed in two separate armed clashes with the Colombian army, the Defense Ministry says. A Defense Ministry spokesman said that government troops killed eight...
2014/07/23 22:59
2014/07/23 22:59
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2014/07/23 19:36
2014/07/23 19:36
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BBC News - Colombian army kills ELN rebels in Arauca province For a better experience on your device, try our mobile site. BBC navigation Share this page The ELN operates mainly in areas close to...
Read more at BBC News, Balita
2014/07/22 00:06
2014/07/22 00:06
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The seizing of flight recorders from the downed Malaysian Airlines (MAS) jet by Russia-backed Ukrainian rebels has parallels with the Soviet response to the destruction of another civil airliner more...
2014/07/21 18:32
2014/07/21 18:32
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Carmel Valley family to host orphaned child from Colombia this summer Suzanne Bacon and Jared Jacobsen will host a child from Colombia this summer as part of the Kidsave Summer Miracles program that...
2014/07/21 14:09
2014/07/21 14:09
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A Colombian police officer at the San Miguel bridge between Ecuador and Colombia (Dolores Ochoa/AP) LAGO AGRIO, Ecuador—Hitler was behind the wheel, racing through a blur of jungle toward Ecuador’s...
2014/07/16 22:27
2014/07/16 22:27
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Colombia asks Glencore to merge ops, pay more to extend contract By Helen Murphy and Luis Jaime Acosta BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian coal miner Prodeco, owned by Glencore Xstrata (GLEN.L), must merge...
2014/07/16 06:08
2014/07/16 06:08
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Lessons from Colombia in South America are being used by police in Dundee to help steer kids away from drugs. The news comes after the Evening Telegraph reported how 527 youngsters had been caught in...
2014/07/10 14:16
2014/07/10 14:16
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The Assembly of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Colombia has decried the human rights abuses continuing to take place in the country, where Christians are sometimes killed for offering a different...
2014/07/10 01:45
2014/07/10 01:45
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The Obama administration's drug czar admitted Wednesday that locking people up won't keep them from using drugs, but he stopped short of renouncing punitive policies that have made America's long war...
2014/07/08 12:23
2014/07/08 12:23
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BOGOTA, Colombia — Colombia, once a byword for crime, violence and instability, is opening its doors to foreign investment, tourism and an influx of international attention. Recently re-elected...
2014/07/04 19:48
2014/07/04 19:48
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This article originally appeared on BOGOTA, Colombia — It’s been so long since Colombia last played in the World Cup that today’s national soccer team players barely remember those dispiriting...
2014/07/03 22:34
2014/07/03 22:34
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With gazes fixed on the TVs, about 200 faces lit up as the soccer ball floated to James Rodriguez. Colombian fans watching last Saturday’s game at El Corral in Doral gripped their flags, drinks or...
2014/07/02 17:46
2014/07/02 17:46
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Seven Colombian men appeared in federal court on Wednesday to face charges in the death of DEA Special Agent James “Terry” Watson. Watson died after being hit with a stun gun and stabbed while...
2014/06/30 20:34
2014/06/30 20:34
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Three members of United Self-Defense Forces (AUC) point with their weapons during a training session in a rural area of Puerto Asis, Putumayo province southern of Colombia. File photo by Jose Miguel...
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2014/06/30 18:24
2014/06/30 18:24
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Diplomatic immunity is a global convention used by countries to ensure their diplomats remain safe to operate in countries which have a wide variety of social and political rules. The rules...
2014/06/27 21:14
2014/06/27 21:14
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Pablo Escobar's hippos have been spotted in Antioqua, Colombia, and in the years since the infamous drug lord's death in 1994, have taken over the countryside. The large, dangerous beasts are remnants...
2014/06/27 14:19
2014/06/27 14:19
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Hippos once owned by Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar are on the run – and considered dangerous | GlobalPost A herd of hippopotamuses once owned by the late Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar is on...
Read more at GlobalPost, Op-Ed News
2014/06/27 07:17
2014/06/27 07:17
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Sure, most footie fans can recite a list of all the World Cup hosts and winners so far. But what if we tell you that the list nearly looks very, very different? Very different indeed. Here are 8...
2014/06/23 22:27
2014/06/23 22:27
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As internal strife with guerrilla forces rages in many parts of the world, on Sunday the people of Colombia cast a vote for peace and continuity. In a heated runoff, they reelected President Juan...
2014/06/23 07:40
2014/06/23 07:40
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2014/07/23 22:59
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