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Mark L. Schneider

A complex Colombia

By Mark L. Schneider
August 6, 2006

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COLOMBIA'S PRESIDENT, Alvaro Uribe, will be inaugurated for his second term this week after his landslide reelection, yet the country's 40-year civil conflict still rages, secret police appear embroiled with paramilitary killers, and 90 percent of the cocaine consumed in the United States is produced there. (Full article: 924 words)

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