Latest Álvaro Uribe Stories
NEW YORK, Aug. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Was it nostalgia or was it spite? Was it relief? Or was it simple courtesy? Or perhaps the novelty of the service.
PITTSBURGH, June 2 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The United Steelworkers made clear to Colombian and U.S.
WASHINGTON and MIAMI, July 8 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Congressional ratification of the Colombia Free Trade Agreement will help Colombia create new jobs outside of the drug trade and reduce the export of these lethal products to the United States, say former White House Drug Policy Spokesman Bob Weiner and Analyst Zoe Pagonis.
Gen. Mario Montoya quit as commander of Colombia's army Tuesday after a probe linked military troops to the slayings of civilians.
By Deb Riechmann Associated Press WASHINGTON -- President Bush and Colombian President Alvaro Uribe renewed their push on Saturday for Congress to approve a free-trade deal before lawmakers leave town to campaign for re-election.
Colombian president supervises recovery of cyanide barrels from river BOGOTA, Sept. 1 (Xinhua) -- Colombian President Alvaro Uribe and several of his ministers on Monday supervised the recovery process of the barrels of cyanide that had sunk in the Magdalena river Saturday after a ferry accident.
By Frank Bajak Associated Press BOGOTA, Colombia -- Video recorded during the rescue of 15 rebel hostages shows them filing grim-faced toward the helicopter that would fly them to safety, then hugging one another and crying with joy after they are aloft and realize they are free.
By John Lichfield After more than six years held captive by Colombian guerrillas, Ingrid Betancourt is free - thanks to a remarkable rescue operation. Rescue in the jungle She bounded down the stairs of the military aircraft, grinning like a teenager returning from a foreign holiday.
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