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Border fighting puts nations on edge

Ernesto García says he was in a boat with 11 others on the San Miguel River, where it marks the Colombian-Ecuadorean border, when three Colombian warplanes and three helicopter gunships began shooting at them. ”There was no battle . . . We were in one boat, and there were three children with us,” said García, director of the nongovernmental Red Amazonica group in Ecuador. “If they want to fight, they should do it in their own country.” Full Story

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