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Colombia bomb blast kills five in southern city

Four police officers and a civilian were killed on Saturday when a bomb exploded in a southern city where guerrillas tried to assassinate the mayor with a car bomb two days earlier, authorities said. The attacks came a week before U.S. President George W. Bush is due to visit Colombia, Washington’s closest ally in the region. Bogota has received more than $4 billion in aid from the U.S. government since 2000 to fight rebels and the drug trade that makes Colombia the world’s No. 1 cocaine producer. Full Story

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