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SOCCER-WORLD/M57-BRA-COL
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July 04, 2014
Colombia's national soccer players pose for a team photo during their 2014 World Cup quarter-finals against...
Fortaleza, Brazil
Colombia's national soccer players pose for a team photo during their 2014 World Cup quarter-finals against...
Colombia's national soccer players pose for a team photo during their 2014 World Cup quarter-finals against Brazil at the Castelao arena in Fortaleza July 4, 2014. The players are: (front L-R) Teofilo Gutierrez, Camilo Zuniga, Juan Cuadrado, James Rodriguez, Pablo Armero, Mario Yepes, goalkeeper David Ospina, Fredy Guarin, Carlos Sanchez, Cristian Zapata and Victor Ibarbo. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCCER SPORT WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD/
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June 07, 2014
Colombia's national soccer team poses before their international friendly soccer match against Jordan...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Colombian team before international friendly soccer match against Jordan, in Buenos Aires
Colombia's national soccer team poses before their international friendly soccer match against Jordan in preparation for the 2014 World Cup in Buenos Aires June 6, 2014. (Back row, L-R) Mario Yepes, David Ospina,Cristian Zapata, Carlos Sanchez, Fredy Guarin, Victor Ibarbo. (Front row, L-R) Teofilo Gutierrez, Eder Alvarez, Camilo Zuniga, James Rodriguez and Pablo Armero. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: SOCCER SPORT WORLD CUP)
SOCCER-WORLD CUP
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June 07, 2009
Colombia's team (L-R back row), Mario Yepes, David Ospina, Cristian Zapata, Wason Renteria, Fabian Vargas,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Colombia's team poses before their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match against Argentina in Buenos...
Colombia's team (L-R back row), Mario Yepes, David Ospina, Cristian Zapata, Wason Renteria, Fabian Vargas, Luis Amaranto Perea (front row L-R) Pablo Armero, Radamel Falcao Garcia, Camilo Zuniga, Vladimir Marin and Fredy Guarin, pose before their World Cup 2010 qualifying soccer match against Argentina in Buenos Aires, June 6, 2009. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA SPORT SOCCER)
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/OAS
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March 06, 2008
Colombian Ambassador to the Organization of American States Camilo Ospina holds a news conference to...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Colombian Ambassador to the OAS speaks in Washington
Colombian Ambassador to the Organization of American States Camilo Ospina holds a news conference to discuss the OAS resolution on the border crisis between Ecuador and Colombia in Washington March 6, 2008. The OAS agreed in a resolution to form a commission to visit Ecuador and Colombia to investigate the Colombian raid against the FARC guerrillas that led to a crisis that has raised fears for regional stability. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES)
COLOMBIA
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July 14, 2006
Defense ministers from South American Community of Nations meet in Bogota, Colombia July 14, 2006, to...
Bogota, Colombia
Defense ministers from South American Community of Nations meet in Bogota
Defense ministers from South American Community of Nations meet in Bogota, Colombia July 14, 2006, to draw up plans for keeping the area free of terrorists and drug smugglers. From left to right are: Secretary general of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (OTCA) Rosalia Arteaga; Venezuela's Admirante Carlos Gianponne; Surinam's Defense Minister Ivan Fernal; Paraguay's Defense Minister Jose Roberto Eudez; Ecuador's Defense Minister retired Gen. Oswaldo Jarrin; Brazil's Defense Minister retired Gen. Waldir Pires; Argentina's ambassador Martin Antonio Balza; Colombia's Defense Minister Camilo Ospina; Bolivia's Defense Minister Walker San Miguel Rodriguez; Chile's Marine Sub-Secretary Carolina Echavarria; Peru's Defense Minister Marciano Segundo; Uruguay's Defense Sub-Secretary Jose Arturo Ballardi; and South American Community of Nations Secretary Jorge Descragnole Daunay Fillo. REUTERS/Kena Betancur (COLOMBIA)
COLOMBIA
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July 13, 2006
Secretary general of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (OTCA) Rosalia Arteaga (L) talks to Surinam...
Bogota, Colombia
Secretary general of OTCA Arteaga talks to defense ministers during meeting in Bogota
Secretary general of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (OTCA) Rosalia Arteaga (L) talks to Surinam Defense Minister Ivan Fernald (from 2nd L-R), Brazil's Defense Minister retired General Waldir Pires, Peru's Defense Minister retired General Marciano Segundo Rengifo, Ecuador's Defense Minister retired General Oswaldo Jarrin and Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina, during a meeting in Bogota July 13, 2006. REUTERS/Kena Betancur (COLOMBIA)
COLOMBIA
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July 13, 2006
Defense ministers from South America's Amazon region pose as they meet in Bogota July 13, 2006, to draw...
Bogota, Colombia
Defense ministers from South America's Amazon region pose as they meet in Bogota
Defense ministers from South America's Amazon region pose as they meet in Bogota July 13, 2006, to draw up plans for keeping the area free of terrorists and drug smugglers. From L-R: Suriname Defense Minister Ivan Fernald, Ecuador's Defense Minister retired General Oswaldo Jarrin, Brazil's Defense Minister retired General Waldir Pires, Colombia's Defense Minister Camilo Ospina, secretary general of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (OTCA) Rosalia Arteaga, Bolivia's Defense Minister Walker San Miguel Rodriguez, Peru's retired General Marciano Segundo Rengifo and Venezuela's official foreign minister Ilena Medina. REUTERS/Kena Betancur (COLOMBIA)
COLOMBIA ARMY RESIGNATION
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February 22, 2006
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (L) shakes hands with new army commander Gen. Mario Montoya as Colombian...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian President Uribe shakes hands with new army commander Gen Montoya at Bogota's army school
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (L) shakes hands with new army commander Gen. Mario Montoya as Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (2nd-L) looks on at Bogota's army school February 22, 2006. The former commander of Colombia's army, Reinaldo Castellanos, resigned, the government said on Tuesday, after allegations that officers beat, tortured and sexually abused 21 young recruits during basic training. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
COLOMBIA ARMY RESIGNATION
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February 22, 2006
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (L) shakes hands with new army commander Gen. Mario Montoya as Colombian...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian President Uribe shakes hands with new army commander Gen Montoya at Bogota's army school
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (L) shakes hands with new army commander Gen. Mario Montoya as Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (2nd-L) looks on at Bogota's army school February 22, 2006. The former commander of Colombia's army, Reinaldo Castellanos, resigned, the government said on Tuesday, after allegations that officers beat, tortured and sexually abused 21 young recruits during basic training. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez
COLOMBIA ECUADOR
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January 12, 2006
Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (R) shakes hands with Ecuadorean Defense Minister Oswaldo Jarrin...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian Defense Minister Ospina shakes hands with Ecuadorean Defense Minister Jarrin in Bogota
Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (R) shakes hands with Ecuadorean Defense Minister Oswaldo Jarrin in Bogota January 12, 2006. Jarrin is in Colombia to review the border situation between Colombia and Ecuador. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
COLOMBIA
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January 12, 2006
Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (R) talks to Ecuadorean Defense Minister Oswaldo Jarrin in Bogota,...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian Defense Minister Ospina talks to Ecuadorean Defense Minister Jarrin in Bogota
Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (R) talks to Ecuadorean Defense Minister Oswaldo Jarrin in Bogota, Colombia January 12, 2006. Jarrin is in Colombia to reviews the border situation between Colombia and Ecuador. REUTERS/Ministerio de Defensa-Javier Casella/Handout
TRANSPORT COLOMBIA EMBRAER
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December 07, 2005
Colombia's Defence Minister Camilo Ospina (L) greets Embraer's Romulado Monteiros in Bogota December...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia's Defence Minister Ospina greets Embraer's Monteiros in Bogota
Colombia's Defence Minister Camilo Ospina (L) greets Embraer's Romulado Monteiros in Bogota December 7, 2005. Colombia has awarded Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer a $234 million contract to supply 25 Super Tucano light combat aircraft and a flight simulator, the Defence Ministry said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
COLOMBIA
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December 05, 2005
Central American and the Caribbean Ministers pose for photographers during a meeting against drug trafficking...
Bogota, Colombia
Central American and the Caribbean Ministers pose for photographers during a meeting against drug trafficking...
Central American and the Caribbean Ministers pose for photographers during a meeting against drug trafficking in Bogota, Colombia, December 5, 2005. In the picture (top L-R) Venezuela's Military Forces Inspector Gen. Melvin Lopez, St Kitss Security Minister assesor Col. Patrick Errol, Dominican Republic Military Forces Commander Adm. Sigifrido Pared, Mexican Defense Minister Gen. Clemente Vega and Navy Commander Marco Pierrot, Jamaican Defense Minister David Phillips, Panamanian Interior Minister Hector Aleman, Santa Lucia's Police commisioner Hermandgild Francis, (bottom L-R) Honduras' Under-secretary of State Edgardo Perez, Guatemala's Defense Minister Gen. Francisco Bermudez, El Salvador's Defense Minister Gen. Alejandro Romero, Belice's Interior Minister Ralph Fonseca, Colombian Defense Minister Camilo Ospina, Costa Rica's anti-drugs police commander Allan Solano, Haitian Security Minister David Basile and Trinidad And Tobago's delegate Serena Rose Joseph. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
COLOMBIA
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July 22, 2005
Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe greets reporters with new Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (L), Military...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombia's President Uribe greets reporters with new Defense Minister Ospina in Colombia.
Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe greets reporters with new Defense Minister Camilo Ospina (L), Military Forces Commander General Carlos Alberto Ospina (2nd R) and Navy Commander Admiral Mauricio Soto (R) at the Bogota Navy school in Colombia July 22, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz JMG/NL
COLOMBIA INDEPENDENCE DAY
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July 20, 2005
Colombian President Uribe walks while new Defense Minister Ospina follows at a military parade in Bogota....
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian President Uribe walks while new Defense Minister Ospina follows at a military parade in ......
Colombian President Uribe walks while new Defense Minister Ospina follows at a military parade in Bogota. Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (L) and new Defense Minister Camilo Ospina walk at a military parade in Bogota, Colombia, July 20, 2005. The military parade was held to celebrate the 195th anniversary of Colombia's independence from Spain. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz
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