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Colombia to work together with hard-hit Brazil to fight coronavirus on border: Duque

Reuters Saturday, 16 May 2020
Colombia will work with hard-hit Brazil to increase the military presence along their Amazonian border and share information in an effort to fight an increasing number of coronavirus cases in the area, Colombian President Ivan Duque said on Friday.
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Iván Duque Márquez Iván Duque Márquez President of Colombia

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