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President tries to bolster U.S. ally Colombia

George W. Bush on Sunday will become the first U.S. president since Ronald Reagan to set foot in Bogota as he tries to bolster his staunchest Latin American ally fighting a decades-old insurgency and drug war. Bush will meet conservative President Alvaro Uribe of Colombia, one of the biggest recipients of U.S. aid, at the midpoint of a weeklong, five-nation tour shadowed by his leftist nemesis, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Full Story

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