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Colombian police say they foiled an attack on Uribe

Colombian police dismantled grenade launchers pointed at the presidential palace late on Tuesday that they said rebels had placed there, a day after one of the president’s top congressional allies survived a car bombing. Tipped off by neighbors, police found eight grenades and launchers in a working class area of central Bogota from which the rebels fired similar explosives at President Alvaro Uribe’s inauguration in 2002 that killed 21 people. Full Story

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