Amount of texts to »Colombia« 16, and there are 15 texts (93.75%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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First text on Nov 13th 2002, 00:28:30 wrote
undercover about Colombia
Latest text on Jan 10th 2012, 20:09:26 wrote
orchelle about Colombia
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on Nov 17th 2002, 13:24:45 wrote
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undercover wrote on Nov 14th 2002, 00:39:47 about


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Colombia's government has mobilized its soldiers and helicopters in the hunt for Roman Catholic Bishop Jorge Enrique Jimenez, one of Colombia's leading clergymen, who was kidnapped along with another priest while traveling north of Bogota, the Colombian capital, last Monday.

stormvogel wrote on Nov 16th 2002, 14:43:07 about


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»One Hundred Years of Solitude« by GabrielGarciaMarquez – the perennial all-time classic masterpiece about love, magic realism and macondo!

undercover wrote on Nov 14th 2002, 23:35:06 about


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Colombia has gone from bad to worse since February 2002, when President Andres Pastrana cut off peace negotiations with the Marxist rebel organization FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia).

undercover wrote on Nov 14th 2002, 23:34:23 about


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With dramatically beautiful rainforests, mountains and beaches, lovely cities and enchanting people, Colombia should be among the world's most attractive and intoxicating destinations.

Unfortunately, the current guerrilla war, combined with ongoing activities of cocaine cartels, has made much of Colombia – dubbed »Locombia« (the mad country) by the press – off limits to all but the most foolhardy travelers.

undercover wrote on Nov 13th 2002, 00:41:08 about


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Colombian drug lords to go free

Government fury as judge grants Cali cartel leaders release from jail for good behaviour

Sibylla Brodzinsky in Bogotá
Sunday November 3, 2002
The Observer

»Two of the world's most notorious drug lords could be free in Colombia within days after a judge granted them parole for good behaviour, a decision that has surprised and infuriated the government,11908,825117,00.html

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