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"… s and conflicts in their countries — including extrajudicial killings in Colombia, torture during Nepal’s conflict against Maoists, and murder during a Bo …"

"… ident in a coup d’état. His lawyer did not return several phone calls. Colombian Captain Ruben Blanco, who a State Department report said took a cadet ori …"

"… ration, in 1994, was arrested in 2004 and accused along with others by the Colombian prosecutor general of associating with paramilitary groups that committed …"

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"… ollars in unpaid taxes or other assets, including more than $80 million in Colombia, $1 million in Slovenia and 375 pounds of silver bullion in Australia. Bil …"

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"… nlike the U.S. list, the U.N. list of nations with child soldiers includes Colombia, the Central African Republic, the Philippines and Mali. The U.N. has a mo …"

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Excerpts from this story referencing Colombia

Excerpts from this story referencing Colombia

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"… t these injustices, and so we put our fate in the hands of God.” …"

"… Florez served as a local president of Sintramienergetica, a labor union in Colombia that represents the employees of Drummond Company, a U.S.-based coal-minin …"

"… ted, “Drummond has never paid or otherwise assisted any illegal group in Colombia, whether paramilitary or guerilla [sic].” Nonetheless, Drummond has bee …"

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"… .S., Britain and Australia was initially unveiled in Offshore Leaks. The Colombian government announced new regulations that will slap a 33-percen …"

"… ons that will slap a 33-percent tax on financial transactions between Colombian companies or individuals and third parties in 44 countries identified as …"

"… árdenas, the country´s economics minister, told local journalists.  Colombia’s top tax official, Juan Ricardo Ortega, said ICIJ’s Offshore Leaks st …"

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"… Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, …"

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"… in which Asian nations and rising economic powers such as India, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Nigeria, South Africa and Turkey will take part.This may not s …"

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"… r U.S. companies outsourcing jobs. Won approval of South Korea, Panama and Colombia free-trade pacts begun under previous administration, completing the bigge …"

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"… emselves as representatives of FARC, or Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia, a group known for kidnappings, drug smuggling, and access to lots of cash …"

"… sfully posed as members of a group that has waged a brutal war against the Colombian government.Lost in the attention surrounding Bout’s sentencing last wee …"

"… l revealed that both Carlos and Ricardo are drug trafficking veterans from Colombia and Guatemala; Carlos had already been employed by the DEA as a purported …"

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"… e Journalists expose about paramilitaries involvement in the coltan trade, Colombia is moving to curb illegal mining of the highly sought after mineral.Juan M …"

"… ng of the highly sought after mineral.Juan Manuel Santos, the president of Colombia, travelled to the lawless southeastern corner of the country last weekend …"

"… taries and rebels-turned-drug dealers in the Armed Revolutionary Forces of Colombia, the FARC. As ICIJ reported earlier this month, those armed groups have co …"

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"… with himself, under a special visa for Cubans.But the mother went back to Colombia because of a difficult medical condition, and was no longer living with th …"

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"… an in a thin T-shirt emerges from the thick of a remote jungle, down where Colombia ends and Venezuela and Brazil begin. He’s striding quickly, despite near …"

"… urrounded by pristine jungle.The work here goes on well out of the view of Colombian police patrols looking for traffickers moving contraband ore containing v …"

"… ing activities, especially in rare-earth [minerals] in the eastern part of Colombia, very distant and remote areas in which mining is illegal,” said Maurici …"

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"… in southwest Venezuela’s Amazon jungle, near the country’s border with Colombia.It’s worth the backaches and sweat, Ramón said, rolling a near-black ro …"

"… ized crime in an illicit market for valuable minerals in South America. In Colombia, for example, police recently confiscated 83 tons of coltan and other mine …"

"… loa drug cartel.Much of coltan territory in Venezuela hugs the border with Colombia — an area of inaccessible jungle and meandering rivers and streams — w …"

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