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a port city of northern Colombia near the Caribbean on the Magdalena River

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Ruben Salazar, 65, is Archbishop of Baranquilla, Colombia's fourth largest city.
Los acompanaban las nuevas muchachas de Baranquilla, ya liberadas y un poco indulgentes al dirigirse a mi porque sabian vagamente que alguna vez escribi un libro denunciando la opresion que sufrian sus madres.
It portrays the life of a man who goes through different situations, starting in the Baranquilla carnival in Colombia and ending up in Iraq, where he is tortured by soldiers.
Atlantico: Cerca de Baranquilla, Las Flores, en pantano proximo a la orilla del rio Magdalena, 2 jul 1961, Dugand 5700 (COL).
The unexpected arrival of his mother, Luisa Santiaga Marquez, in Baranquilla saves him from such a sordid fate.
El Plan Baranquilla es considerado la opera prima del concierto de pactos que orientaron la democracia venezolana a lo largo del siglo XX.
It's Saturday, February 19, 1950: He's a 23-year-old student, incipient writer, and journalist living in Baranquilla, Columbia, a ne'er-do-well, earning no money and smoking sixty cigarettes a day.
That will seem a million miles away when they face Colombia in front of a baying 40,000 crowd in Baranquilla on November 15.
Wrapping up her whirlwind history, Danticat cites the name of Jacmel's main street, Baranquilla Avenue, to evoke its arguably most prestigious Latin American visitor, Simon Bolivar, who arrived in Haiti after it had gained its independence (1804) on the way to South America to initiate his own revolution.
Testimonies from Colombian refugees in Ecuador confirm these practices in Medellin, Cali, Baranquilla, Narino, and Putumayo, among others.
The second phase reportedly allows Delta Air Lines to sell seats on Avianca flights between Bogota and Baranquilla, Cali, Cartagena, Medellin and Pereira; between New York and Bogota and Medellin; and between Miami and Bogota, Baranquilla, Cali, Cartagena and Medellin.