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Colombia: Probe into ex-President Uribe to go on, rules judge

By France24
29 April 2022   |   4:01 pm
A Colombian judge has rejected the attorney general's office's request to shelve a probe into former President Alvaro Uribe, who has been accused of witness tampering.

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