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COLOMBIA-FRACKING/
RTS7FE0T 
March 08, 2022 
A graffiti that reads "No to fracking" is seen on a wall near the Magdalena River in Puerto Wilches,... 
PUERTO WILCHES, Colombia 
A graffiti that reads "No to fracking" is seen on a wall near the Magdalena River in Puerto Wilches 
A graffiti that reads "No to fracking" is seen on a wall near the Magdalena River in Puerto Wilches, Colombia March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Oliver Griffin 
COLOMBIA-FRACKING/
RTS7FE0O 
March 07, 2022 
A man rides a canoe on the Magdalena River in Puerto Wilches, Colombia March 8, 2022. Picture taken March... 
PUERTO WILCHES, Colombia 
A man rides a canoe on the Magdalena River in Puerto Wilches 
A man rides a canoe on the Magdalena River in Puerto Wilches, Colombia March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Oliver Griffin 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YPV 
January 18, 2016 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level in the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
HONDA, Colombia 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level in the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, due to the lack of rain, in the city of Honda, Colombia January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YIC 
January 18, 2016 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level in the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
HONDA, Colombia 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level in the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, due to the lack of rain, in the city of Honda, January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YHB 
January 18, 2016 
Fisherman Gabriel Barreto walks on the shore of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river... 
HONDA, Colombia 
Fisherman Gabriel Barreto walks on the shore of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river... 
Fisherman Gabriel Barreto walks on the shore of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, in the city of Honda, January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YH9 
January 18, 2016 
Fisherman Gabriel Barreto stands on the shore of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important... 
HONDA, Colombia 
Fisherman Gabriel Barreto stands on the shore of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important... 
Fisherman Gabriel Barreto stands on the shore of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, in the city of Honda, January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YH8 
January 18, 2016 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level from the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
HONDA, Colombia 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level from the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
An area is uncovered by the lowering of the water level from the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, due to the lack of rain, in the city of Honda, January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YGA 
January 18, 2016 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado dries his net out after fishing at the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
HONDA, Colombia 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado dries his net out after fishing at the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado dries his net out after fishing at the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, in the city of Honda, Colombia January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YEZ 
January 18, 2016 
Herons stand on rocks that were once covered by the waters of the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
HONDA, Colombia 
Herons stand on rocks that were once covered by the waters of the Magdalena river, the longest and most... 
Herons stand on rocks that were once covered by the waters of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, in the city of Honda, Colombia January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
WEATHER-ELNINO/DROUGHT
RTX22YEO 
January 18, 2016 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado shows the fish he caught in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important... 
HONDA, Colombia 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado shows the fish he caught in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important... 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado shows the fish he caught in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, in the city of Honda, Colombia January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino. 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YE4 
January 18, 2016 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado sits on rocks that were once covered by the waters of the Magdalena river,... 
HONDA, Colombia 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado sits on rocks that were once covered by the waters of the Magdalena river,... 
Fisherman Hector Alvarado sits on rocks that were once covered by the waters of the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, in the city of Honda, Colombia January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in the Latin America, El Nino brings other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino. 
WEATHER-ELNINO/COLOMBIA-DROUGHT
RTX22YDQ 
January 18, 2016 
Low levels of water are seen in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia,... 
HONDA, Colombia 
Low levels of water are seen in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia,... 
Low levels of water are seen in the Magdalena river, the longest and most important river in Colombia, in the city of Honda, Colombia January 14, 2016. While flooding and intense rain wreak havoc on several countries in Latin America, El Nino has brought other harmful effects to Colombia with severe drought. Picture taken January 14, 2016. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
COLOMBIA-MAGDALENA/
RTX1JS33 
July 09, 2015 
Dredging works begin on Colombia's Magdalena River in Barracabermeja June 22, 2015. The excavation along... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
Dredging works begin on Colombia's Magdalena River in Barracabermeja
Dredging works begin on Colombia's Magdalena River in Barracabermeja June 22, 2015. The excavation along a verdant stretch near Barrancabermeja, an inland oil and coal hub, is part of a $600 million government bid to reclaim the river, once Colombia's primary transport route. Picture taken on June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Julia Symmes Coob 
COLOMBIA-MAGDALENA/
RTX1JS31 
July 09, 2015 
Dredging equipment is seen at the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja June 22, 2015. The excavation along... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
Dredging equipment is seen at the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja
Dredging equipment is seen at the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja June 22, 2015. The excavation along a verdant stretch near Barrancabermeja, an inland oil and coal hub, is part of a $600 million government bid to reclaim the river, once Colombia's primary transport route. Pictures taken on June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Julia Symmes Coob 
COLOMBIA-MAGDALENA/
RTX1JS26 
July 09, 2015 
A view of the construction site where Impala Terminals is building a new port, along the Magdalena River... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
A view of the construction site where Impala Terminals is building a new port along the Magdalena River... 
A view of the construction site where Impala Terminals is building a new port, along the Magdalena River in Barrancabermeja June 22, 2015. Impala Terminals, a subsidiary of Swiss commodities trader Trafigura,is investing over $300 million and employing hundreds at a new port in Barrancabermeja to expand its oil and grains business. Picture taken on June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Julia Symmes Coob 
COLOMBIA-MAGDALENA/
RTX1JS25 
July 09, 2015 
Dredging equipment is seen at the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja June 22, 2015. The excavation along... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
Dredging equipment is seen at the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja
Dredging equipment is seen at the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja June 22, 2015. The excavation along a verdant stretch near Barrancabermeja, an inland oil and coal hub, is part of a $600 million government bid to reclaim the river, once Colombia's primary transport route. Pictures taken on June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Julia Symmes Coob 
COLOMBIA-MAGDALENA/
RTX1JS18 
July 09, 2015 
Workers stand in front of heavy machinery doing dredging works on the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
Workers stand in front of heavy machinery doing dredging works on the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja... 
Workers stand in front of heavy machinery doing dredging works on the Magdalena River in Barracabermeja June 22, 2015. The excavation along a verdant stretch near Barrancabermeja, an inland oil and coal hub, is part of a $600 million government bid to reclaim the river, once Colombia's primary transport route. Picture taken on June 22, 2015. REUTERS/Julia Symmes Coob 
COLOMBIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR4UBQK 
March 21, 2015 
Foam is seen covering the polluted Bogota river, which flows into Magdalena river, near Girardot March... 
Girardot, Colombia 
Foam is seen covering the polluted Bogota river, which flows into Magdalena river, near Girardot 
Foam is seen covering the polluted Bogota river, which flows into Magdalena river, near Girardot March 21, 2015. March 22 marks the World Water Day. REUTERS/John Vizcaino 
COLOMBIA/
RTR3FAJT 
March 21, 2013 
A fisherman launches his net at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According... 
Barranquilla, Colombia 
A fisherman launches his net at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city 
A fisherman launches his net at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According to local fishermen who are concerned by the gradual decline of fishing, the Cienaga de Mallorquin is being contaminated by the mouth of the Magdalena River and waste from Barranquilla city in the past few years. March 22 is World Water Day. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR3FAIX 
March 21, 2013 
A fisherman prepares his boat at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According... 
Barranquilla, Colombia 
A fisherman prepares his boat at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city 
A fisherman prepares his boat at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According to local fishermen who are concerned by the gradual decline of fishing, the Cienaga de Mallorquin is being contaminated by the mouth of the Magdalena River and waste from Barranquilla city in the past few years. March 22 is World Water Day. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR3FAID 
March 21, 2013 
A fisherman prepares his boat at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According... 
Barranquilla, Colombia 
A fisherman prepares his boat at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city 
A fisherman prepares his boat at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According to local fishermen who are concerned by the gradual decline of fishing, the Cienaga de Mallorquin is being contaminated by the mouth of the Magdalena River and waste from Barranquilla city in the past few years. March 22 is World Water Day. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR3FAI6 
March 21, 2013 
A fisherman launches his net with his wife at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March... 
Barranquilla, Colombia 
A fisherman launches his net with his wife at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city 
A fisherman launches his net with his wife at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According to local fishermen who are concerned by the gradual decline of fishing, the Cienaga de Mallorquin is being contaminated by the mouth of the Magdalena River and waste from Barranquilla city in the past few years. March 22 is World Water Day. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR3FAGY 
March 21, 2013 
A fisherman launches his net with his wife at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March... 
Barranquilla, Colombia 
Fisherman launches his net with his wife at the Cienaga de Mallorquin 
A fisherman launches his net with his wife at the Cienaga de Mallorquin, near Barranquilla city March 21, 2013. According to local fishermen,the Cienaga de Mallorquin is being contaminated by the mouth of the Magdalena River and waste from Barranquilla city over the past years, and the fishermen are concerned over fishing, which has declined gradually. March 22 is World Water Day. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR2VBWQ 
December 16, 2011 
A man paddles in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011.... 
El Banco, Colombia 
A man paddles in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank 
A man paddles in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011. At least 120 people have died as a result of heavy rains and Colombia's weather office expects La Nina-related downpours to continue at least until the end of the first quarter of next year, authorities said. REUTERS/Joaquin Sarmiento(COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR2VBWK 
December 16, 2011 
A man paddles in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011.... 
El Banco, Colombia 
A man paddles in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank 
A man paddles in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011. At least 120 people have died as a result of heavy rains and Colombia's weather office expects La Nina-related downpours to continue at least until the end of the first quarter of next year, authorities said. REUTERS/Joaquin Sarmiento(COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR2VBWI 
December 16, 2011 
People use canoes to move around and transport goods in the flooded streets in El Banco, a village on... 
El Banco, Colombia 
People use canoes to move around and transport goods in the flooded streets in El Banco, a village on... 
People use canoes to move around and transport goods in the flooded streets in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011. At least 120 people have died as a result of heavy rains and Colombia's weather office expects La Nina-related downpours to continue at least until the end of the first quarter of next year, authorities said. REUTERS/Joaquin Sarmiento(COLOMBIA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR2VBW2 
December 16, 2011 
A man walks with a mattress in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank... 
El Banco, Colombia 
A man walks with a mattress in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank 
A man walks with a mattress in a flooded street in El Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011. At least 120 people have died as a result of heavy rains and Colombia's weather office expects La Nina-related downpours to continue at least until the end of the first quarter of next year, authorities said. REUTERS/Joaquin Sarmiento (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTR2VBVZ 
December 16, 2011 
Children look outside a window in el Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011.... 
El Banco, Colombia 
Children look outside a window in el Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank 
Children look outside a window in el Banco, a village on the Magdalena's river bank December 16, 2011. At least 120 people have died as a result of heavy rains and Colombia's weather office expects La Nina-related downpours to continue at least until the end of the first quarter of next year, authorities said. REUTERS/Joaquin Sarmiento (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
COLOMBIA/
RTX69PE 
May 28, 2008 
A man arranges his belongings inside a temporary tent after a flood in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds... 
Puerto Salgar, Colombia 
A man arranges his belongings inside a temporary tent after a flood in Puerto Salgar 
A man arranges his belongings inside a temporary tent after a flood in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their houses after heavy rains caused an overflow of the Magdalena River. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTX69P8 
May 28, 2008 
Colombian police ride horses through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people... 
Puerto Salgar, Colombia 
Colombian police ride horses through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar 
Colombian police ride horses through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their houses after heavy rains caused an overflow of the Magdalena River. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTX69P3 
May 28, 2008 
Two girls walk through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their... 
Puerto Salgar, Colombia 
Two girls walk through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar 
Two girls walk through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their houses after heavy rains caused an overflow of the Magdalena River. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTX69OY 
May 28, 2008 
A woman carries her belongings in a flooded house in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left... 
Puerto Salgar, Colombia 
A woman carries her belongings after a flood in Puerto Salgar 
A woman carries her belongings in a flooded house in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their houses after heavy rains caused an overflow of the Magdalena River. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTX69OB 
May 28, 2008 
A boy walks through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their houses... 
Puerto Salgar, Colombia 
A boy walks through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar 
A boy walks through a flooded street in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their houses after heavy rains caused an overflow of the Magdalena River. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA) 
COLOMBIA/
RTX69O9 
May 28, 2008 
Colombian rescue workers help residents to evacuate after a flood in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds... 
Puerto Salgar, Colombia 
Colombian rescue workers help residents to evacuate after a flood in Puerto Salgar 
Colombian rescue workers help residents to evacuate after a flood in Puerto Salgar May 28, 2008. Hundreds of people left their houses after heavy rains caused an overflow of the Magdalena River. REUTERS/Carlos Duran(COLOMBIA) 
RTRC7YE 
October 16, 2002 
Shillouetted construction workers Michal Hyl (L) and Ludevit Sintaj (R)
work on the top of a twenty... 
Slovakia 
SHILLOUETTED WORKERS WORK ON TOP OF THE SCAFOLD DURING CASTLE
RECONSTRUCTION IN SLOVAKIA. 
Shillouetted construction workers Michal Hyl (L) and Ludevit Sintaj (R)
work on the top of a twenty two metre high scaffold during
reconstruction of the main tower of Liptovsky Hradok castle in the town
of Liptovsky Hradok on October 16, 2002.The former 14th century gothic
church was built on limestone rock near the Bela river by the Squire
Donc, the Kings Deputy of Zvolen. It was an important watchtower
overlooking the medieval merchant roads. The castle was owned by the
King until the end of the 15th century. A new chateau built in the
renaissance style by the new owner, Lady Magdalena Zay, was added
during the 16th century. Following a catastrophic fire in 1803 both
buildings were destroyed.

REUTERS/Joe Klamar 
COLOMBIA RIVER
RTR9N3F 
August 30, 2002 
A Colombian soldier mans a heavy machine gun while patrolling alongside
a barge in the Magdalena river... 
Magangue, Colombia - Republic of 
COLOMBIAN SOLDIER PATROLS ALONG THE MAGDALENA RIVER IN AN ARMORED
PATROL BOAT. 
A Colombian soldier mans a heavy machine gun while patrolling alongside
a barge in the Magdalena river aboard a high-speed armored patrol boat,
at the port city of Magangue in the northern Bolivar province, August
30, 2002. The Colombian government is spending $100 million to upgrade
commercial access and navigability of the river, Colombia's most
important, and utilizing the services of the Armed Forces to guarantee
safe passage for vessels, against possible attacks by guerillas.
REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

JMG/GN 
COLOMBIA RIVER
RTR9N35 
August 30, 2002 
Colombian soldiers patrol alongside a barge in the Magdalena river
aboard a high-speed armored patrol... 
Magangue, Colombia - Republic of 
COLOMBIAN SOLDIERS PATROL ALONG THE MAGDALENA RIVER IN AN ARMORED
PATROL BOAT. 
Colombian soldiers patrol alongside a barge in the Magdalena river
aboard a high-speed armored patrol boat, at the port city of Magangue
in the northern Bolivar province, August 30, 2002. The Colombian
government is spending $100 million to upgrade commercial access and
navigability of the river, Colombia's most important, and utilizing the
services of the Armed Forces to guarantee safe passage for vessels,
against possible attacks by guerillas. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez

JMG/GN 
COLOMBIA PARAMILITARIES
RTRHV78 
May 06, 2001 
Paramilitary commander, known as "Salomon" of the AUC, Self-defense of Colombia, talks during an interview... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
PARAMILITARY COMMANDER "SALOMON" TALKS DURING AN INTERVIEW IN BARRANCABERMEJA. 
Paramilitary commander, known as "Salomon" of the AUC, Self-defense of Colombia, talks during an interview in Barrancabermeja May 6, 2001. The army and police, still a presence in the city, have not controlled in this city for years. The port of 250,000 people, many of them radical workers, was long a hotbed of the National Liberation Army (ELN), and to a lesser extent, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). This steamy river port on the River Magdalena is set to become the first major city to lose control of its poor neighborhoods to increasingly strong strong-wing paramilitaries in Colombia's 37-years old war.

JMG/JP 
COLOMBIA PARAMILITARIES
RTRFDHM 
March 04, 2001 
FILE PHOTO OF A COLOMBIAN SPECIAL POLICEMEN STANDING GUARD AS TWO STUDENTS CHILDREN LOOK ON IN BARANCABERMEJA.


A... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
FILE PHOTO OF A COLOMBIAN SPECIAL POLICEMEN STANDING GUARD AS TWO STUDENTS CHILDREN LOOK ON IN ... 
FILE PHOTO OF A COLOMBIAN SPECIAL POLICEMEN STANDING GUARD AS TWO STUDENTS CHILDREN LOOK ON IN BARANCABERMEJA.


A policeman of the special forces, known popularly as "Robocops", rests his hand on his weapon as two students children look on during a raid in a neighborhood of Barrancabermeja in this file photo taken on March 4, 2001. The army and police, still a presence in the city, have not controlled Barrancabermeja for years. The port of 250,000 people, many of them radical workers, was long a hotbed of the National Liberation Army (ELN), and to a lesser extent, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). This steamy river port on the River Magdalena is set to become the first major city to lose control of its poor neighborhoods to increasingly strong strong-wing paramilitaries in Colombia's 37-years old war. 
COLOMBIA PARAMILITARIES
RTRFDHA 
March 04, 2001 
Three paramilitary fighters members of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC) stand guard in... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
FILE PHOTO OF THREE PARAMILITARY FIGHTERS STAND GUARD IN BARRANCABERMEJA. 
Three paramilitary fighters members of the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC) stand guard in a neighborhood of Barrancabermeja in this file photo taken on March 4, 2001. The army and police, still a showy presence in the city, have not controlled Barrancabermeja for years. The port of 250,000 people, many of them radical workers, was long a hotbed of the National Liberation Army (ELN), and to a lesser extent, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). This steamy river port on the dun-colored River Magdalena is set to become the first major city to lose control of its poor neighborhoods to increasingly strong strong-wing paramilitaries in Colombia's 37-years old war.

JMG 
COLOMBIA PARAMILITARIES
RTRFDH2 
March 03, 2001 
Colombian special forces policemen, known as "Robocops", patrol during a raid in a neighborhood of Barrancabermeja... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
FILE PHOTO OF A COLOMBIAN SPECIAL POLICEMEN KNOWN AS "ROBOCOPS" PATROL DURING A RAID IN BARANCABERMEJA.... 
Colombian special forces policemen, known as "Robocops", patrol during a raid in a neighborhood of Barrancabermeja in this file photo taken on March 3, 2001. The army and police, still a presence in the city, have not controlled Barrancabermeja for years. The port of 250,000 people, many of them radical workers, was long a hotbed of the National Liberation Army (ELN), and to a lesser extent, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). This steamy river port on the River Magdalena is set to become the first major city to lose control of its poor neighborhoods to increasingly strong strong-wing paramilitaries in Colombia's 37-years old war.

JMG 
COLOMBIA PARAMILITARIES
RTRFDGW 
March 03, 2001 
FILE PHOTO OF A COLOMBIAN SPECIAL POLICEMAN KNOWN AS ROBOCOPS POINTS WITH A RIFLE DURING A RAID IN BARANCABERMEJA.


A... 
Barrancabermeja, Colombia 
FILE PHOTO OF A COLOMBIAN SPECIAL POLICEMAN KNOWN AS ROBOCOPS POINTS WITH A RIFLE DURING A RAID IN ...... 
FILE PHOTO OF A COLOMBIAN SPECIAL POLICEMAN KNOWN AS ROBOCOPS POINTS WITH A RIFLE DURING A RAID IN BARANCABERMEJA.


A Colombian special forces policeman, known as "Robocops", points with his rifle as a child looks on during a raid in a neighborhood of Barrancabermeja in this file photo taken on March 3, 2001. The army and police, still a presence in the city, have not controlled Barrancabermeja for years. The port of 250,000 people, many of them radical workers, was long a hotbed of the National Liberation Army (ELN), and to a lesser extent, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). This steamy river port on the River Magdalena is set to become the first major city to lose control of its poor neighborhoods to increasingly strong strong-wing paramilitaries in Colombia's 37-years old war. 
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