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Colombia's paramilitary past resurfaces

A former police major alleges that President Alvaro Uribe's brother once led a paramilitary group. The charges could reopen a criminal investigation against Santiago Uribe.

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Colombian leader's kin tied to death squads
Article | Colombian President Álvaro Uribe will leave office in August having largely succeeded in winning control of once-lawless swaths of countryside from Marxist rebels, an accomplishment partly made possible by more than $6 billion in U.S. aid.

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