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"We estimate that about 50,000 tons of fruit may have been lost on the island ...

Fresh Plaza 19 May 2022
Measures have been adopted based on this, including thorough controls at the islands' entry points (airports and docks). Perhaps the greatest risk is that some person coming from the countries where it is present (currently Colombia, Peru, Mozambique, Australia, Philippines, Oman ...
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Colombia cartel shuts down towns over leader’s extradition

New York Post 10 May 2022
BOGOTA, ColombiaThe Gulf Clan drug cartel shut down dozens of towns in ... Police escort Dairo Antonio Usuga, center, also known as “Otoniel,” leader of the violent Clan del Golfo cartel prior to his extradition to the U.S., at a military airport in Bogota, Colombia.AP.
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The nation in brief: Colombia extradites top cartel suspect

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 06 May 2022
Colombia extradites top cartel suspect ... In this photo released by the Colombian Presidential Press Office, police escort Dairo Antonio Usuga, center, also known as "Otoniel," leader of the violent Clan del Golfo cartel prior to his extradition to the U.S., at a military airport in Bogota, Colombia, Wednesday, May 4, 2022.
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Colombia extradites feared head of Gulf Clan to US

Springfield News-Sun 05 May 2022
In this photo released by the Colombian Presidential Press Office, police escort Dairo Antonio Usuga, center, also known as "Otoniel," leader of the violent Clan del Golfo cartel prior to his extradition to the U.S., at a military airport in Bogota, Colombia, Wednesday, May 4, 2022.
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Alleged Colombian drug lord extradited to US

ABC7 05 May 2022
Kennedy Airport overnight and will make his initial appearance later Thursday in Brooklyn federal court where he has been accused of overseeing the production, purchase and transfer of multiton cocaine shipments from Colombia and Mexico into the United States over many years, according to court records.
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Cardinal: Pope OK'd spending 1M euros to free kidnapped nun

Springfield News-Sun 05 May 2022
FILE — Colombian nun Gloria Cecilia Narvaez, second from left, is escorted by police after her arrival at El Dorado airport in Bogota, Colombia, in this Tuesday, Nov ... FILE — Colombian nun Gloria Cecilia Narvaez, second from left, is escorted by police after her arrival at El Dorado airport in Bogota, Colombia, in this Tuesday, Nov.
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Biden and Putin BOTH show off 'Doomsday Planes' that can keep flying during a nuclear ...

The Daily Mail 04 May 2022
An Air Force E-4B National Airborne Operations Center aircraft sits at the international airport in Bogota,Colombia ... Mike Moone, a navigator on a E-4B Nightwatch, prepares for takeoff at the Lincoln Airport on Tuesday, April 26 ... Robert Melsby prepares to pilot a E-4B Nightwatch at the Lincoln Airport on Tuesday, April 26.
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I used to dread flying American, but the experiences on my last 2 flights has ...

Business Insider 24 Apr 2022
One instance from last June particularly stood out, which involved me fighting for a new flight from Colombia to Miami after the carrier canceled my nonstop to New York's JFK airport.Waiting at Bogota airport in Colombia for another AA flight ... and the second from LaGuardia to Montreal-Trudeau International Airport on an Embraer 175 regional jet.
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American woman, 30, is arrested at Colombia airport with gun and ammunition she purchased on ...

The Daily Mail 21 Apr 2022
A 30-year-old American woman is under arrest in Colombia for attempting to board one of ... Malaika Robinson was arrested on weapons charges at an airport in Cartagena, Colombia, on Sunday moments before she was set to board the first leg of her connecting flight to the United States.
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Cartagena Fighting Reputation as Colombia's Biodiversity Marketplace

InSight Crime 21 Apr 2022
Turtles, iguanas and parrots are being trafficked through Colombia's port of Cartagena, despite the city taking some steps to fight back against the trade ... Traffickers Target Colombia's Vital Fauna ... This brought both the Cartagena and Medellín airports into the mix of players working to lower Colombia’s outbound wildlife trade.
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U.S. Border Patrol agents find two-year-old boy from Honduras in Texas after he crossed the ...

The Daily Mail 21 Apr 2022
A two-year-old boy from Honduras was found traveling without his parents when U.S ... U.S ... U.S ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next. American woman, 30, is arrested at Colombia airport with gun... .
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Thursday Sports in Brief

The Associated Press 15 Apr 2022
Newton won the PGA Tour’s Buick Open in 1978 and the Australian Open in 1979 and three tournaments in Europe before his career —- and nearly his life — ended when he walked into the propeller of a small plane he was about to board at Sydney airport on July 24, 1983 ... Rincón was injured Monday when his vehicle collided with a bus in Cali, Colombia.

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