Cartagena


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a port in southeastern Spain on the Mediterranean

a port city in northwestern Colombia on the Caribbean

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The Cartagena Protocol is the closest expression of a procedural version of the PP.
Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan said the alcohol policy is a formal adoption of rules proposed and discussed at length in the wake of the Cartagena investigation.
The Cuba question had been gaining traction in the days and weeks leading up to Cartagena, with President Rafael Correa of Ecuador boycotting the event because of the issue.
Cartagena is JetBlue's second destination in Colombia and its third route to the country.
Six Secret Service agents already had lost their jobs over the scandal involving prostitutes, whom they allegedly invited back to their hotel in Cartagena as they prepared for Obama s visit.
Today, Cartagena has an extensive network of libraries and bookstores.
Customers traveling to and from Medellin and Cartagena will benefit from an enhanced experience at the Maynard H.
She noted that Syria is the first country in the Arab world and the fifteenth worldwide out of 158 countries which joined the Nagoya-Kuala Lumpur Protocol, as a complement to the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety.
Charles attended a ceremony in the coastal resort of Cartagena which remembered the thousands who died trying to take the city more than 250 years ago.
The 2015 Seatrade Winter Cruising Forum in Cartagena will bring together ports, tourism authorities and other cruise industry stakeholders for an informative conference to discuss strategies for additional deployment of cruise vessels to the region.
Barcelona host third tier side Cartagena at the Camp Nou in the second leg of the Copa del Rey Round of 16 clash on Tuesday night, holding a 4-1 lead from the reverse fixture.
The incident is believed to involve prostitutes in Cartagena in Colombia where the US President is attending the Summit of the Americas.
Cartagena, Colombia, Jumada I 23, 1433, Apr 15, 2012, SPA -- Leaders attending the Summit of the Americas in the Caribbean city of Cartagena, Colombia, faced a tough final day of talks Sunday with disagreements on issues including Cuba.
Its only fitting that Cartagena de Indias--that jewel of a city on Colombia's Caribbean coast--will be the setting for the Sixth Summit of the Americas, which takes place in April.