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Powell Backs Resuming Colombia Anti-Drug Flights

HeadlineAug 07, 2003

Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell has recommended the U.S. resume its role in tracking and sometimes shooting down suspected drug trafficking planes in Columbia. The U.S. stopped its involvement two years ago when a U.S. missionary and her baby were killed when their plane was mistakenly shot down over Peru.

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