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1 hr ago | American Reporter

On Native GroundABOUT Those Glimmers: Things are Still Lousy

A ban on sales of alcohol and heightened securities greeted Panamanian voters Sunday as a frantic and factious three-year presidential campaign finally went to the voters.

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5 hrs ago | All About Jazz

Elisa Arciniegas Pinilla: Improvisible

Colombian, Strasbourg-based viola player and vocal artist Elisa Arciniegas Pinilla studied classical music and viola at the Conservatorio de MAosica de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia in Bogota and jazz and improvised music at the Conservatoire de Strasbourg in France.

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Related Topix: South America, World News, Classical

8 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

Miami judge postpones trial again ICE agent accused of extortion

Florida State's Jameis Winston, who won the Heisman Trophy and led the Seminoles to the national title last year, goes up against Oklahoma State on Saturday night.

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12 hrs ago | Al Jazeera

Feared Colombian militia leader arrested

A former head of a feared Colombian militia that was linked to more than 5,000 murders and a spate of disappearances has been arrested in Panama, Colombian police said.

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16 hrs ago | Goal.com

Cuadrado wants to stay, says Della Valle

The Fiorentina chief says the chance of the Colombian joining Barcelona, Manchester United or Bayern Munich this summer have passed and he will remain in Serie A Fiorentina owner Andrea Della Valle has stated that Juan Cuadrado will be staying at the club this summer, ignoring transfer interest from overseas.

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19 hrs ago | XLR8R

Download: Lunate "Molt"

Hailing from Bogota, Colombia, Lunate is the latest artist to deliver a cassette for the ever-growing 100% Silk label.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Alabama Live

Southeastern Bible College names new president from Bogota, Colombia

Granados is a native of Bogota, Colombia. He and his wife, Dorian, have two daughters, Emma, 10, and Sophia, 8. Granados has been serving as the vice president of academic affairs for The Master's College in Santa Clarita, California, where he was previously associate dean of strategic initiatives and director of church and urban ministries.

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AlertNet

Silence surrounds Colombia's 92,000 disappeared - " ICRC

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The Bennington Banner

Colombian accused in 5,000-plus killings arrested

Panamanian authorities say they have arrested a fugitive Colombian right-wing militia leader accused in more than 5,000 murders who officials say was posing as a construction company owner.

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ABC News

Colombian Accused in 5,000-Plus Killings Arrested

Panamanian authorities say they have arrested a fugitive Colombian right-wing militia leader accused in more than 5,000 murders who officials say was posing as a construction company owner.

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The Baltimore Sun

Colombia arrests suspected drug trafficker for major Mexico cartel

Colombian authorities have arrested a Costa Rican man accused of trafficking shipments of cocaine to the United States on behalf of Mexico's infamous Sinaloa cartel.

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Related Topix: Drugs, South America, World News, Prison, Mexico,

Dear Kitty

Colombian human rights activists don't give up

This video about Colombia is called Interview with Liliany Obando the day after her release from prison on March 1st 2012.

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Related Topix: Activism, South America, World News, Prison,

Shockya.com

Interview: Sophia Myles Talks The Damned

Exploring the motivations and secrets of the main characters of a film is often one of the most important aspects that truly allows audiences to relate to, and understand, the protagonists and antagonists of any story.

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Related Topix: Transformers: Age of Extinction, Sophia Myles, South America, World News,

The Jersey Journal

Strong, McDonald, Toto at Bergen PAC

Union City singer/songwriter Allison Strong will performs her debut album, "March Towards The Sun," at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Bergen Performing Arts Center, 30 N. Van Brunt St., Englewood.

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Related Topix: Union City, NJ, Englewood, NJ, Hoboken, NJ, South America, World News, Alvaro Uribe

Thu Aug 28, 2014

The Washington Post

A group of people demonstrate outside the site where is held the National Forum of Victims is being held in Cali, Colombia.

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Inside Colombia

Colombia's Inspector General investigates shady govt contracts in drought-ridden north

Colombia's Inspector General's Office revealed that 43 disciplinary investigations have been undertaken for irregular contracts in the northern state of La Guajira, with royalties totaling over $180 million.

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Related Topix: South America, World News, Weather, Natural Disasters, Drought

Inside Colombia

Main route closed between Medellin and Colombia's Atlantic coast due to 'FARC' attack

The main transport route connecting Colombia's second largest city, Medellin, with the nation's Atlantic coast region has been closed since midnight Wednesday due to an infrastructure attack.

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Inside Colombia

Angry residents block crucial highway in protest against Colombia govt's response to flooding

Dissatisfied residents of Arroyo de Piedra, Atlantica, in the coastal region near famous Colombia tourist city Cartagena, have blocked a major highway in protest against a lack of government response to serious flooding.

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Related Topix: Colombia Travel, Travel, World News, Natural Disasters, Flood

The Economist

Colombia's peace process: The moment of truth

ALMOST his entire army career has been devoted to hunting down the FARC, culminating in operations that killed three of the guerrillas' top commanders in 2008-11.

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The Age

John Jairo Velasquez Vasquez, aka 'Popeye', at Combita prison, last year.

Washington: John Jairo Velasquez has been tied to the murders of at least 3000 people.

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