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city in western Colombia

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ATLANTA, April 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Delta Air Lines (NYSE: DAL) will continue expanding its network in Latin America with service from its largest hub in Atlanta to Medellin and Cartagena, Colombia starting Dec.
58) There, the Court first said--and this is language the Court in Medellin quotes--that a treaty is in the first instance a set of obligations running between the states parties, and in case of breach they look to each other for satisfaction.
The Medellin cartel's Pablo Escobar, after all, started out stealing gravestones before entering the cocaine trade and becoming one of the world's richest men.
In one of those rulings, a US Court of Appeals had ruled that the ICJ's decision did not give Medellin a right to a new hearing under US law.
As Kerry's subcommittee discovered, BCCI catered to many of the most notorious tyrants and thugs of the late 20th century, including Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, the heads of the Medellin cocaine cartel, and Abu Nidal, the notorious Palestinian terrorist.
Hospital San Vicente de Paul is a 650-bed teaching hospital providing tertiary care for Medellin, Colombia, and neighboring towns, an area with a population of 1.
In Our Lady, connection gives way to metaphor: The young hustler actually serves as a tour guide through the living hell of Medellin.
From 1978 until his death in 1993, Escobar allowed criminals free reign in Medellin and its murder and kidnapping figures were the worst in the world.
Fear has also led many to flee camps where they might receive help, creating what one relief worker calls "belts of misery" around cities like Cucuta, or Medellin, or Cali.
After Medellin, incipient grassroots pastoral strategies such as CEBs and other similar lay-oriented groups received greater institutional recognition and some material support.
Medellin said the criminals had hoped Samper may have been arrested in New York.
Wade: 201, 214) Discrimination does exist, argues Wade, but at much lower levels than in the Choco, with the result that blacks in Medellin have the real possibility of cutting some or all of their ties to the black community and integrating into the larger society.
And Endara and his vice, president have been repeatedly linked to the very same banks charged with laundering money for the Medellin and Cali drug cartels.
The ratings for Medellin incorporate the city's relevant role in the Colombian economy; the municipality's sound fiscal and financial policies that allow high operating margins and significant cash flow to be maintained; and the important financial support of common dividends transferred from Empresas Publicas de Medellin (EPM), which helps financing major investments.
The premise of Casablanca la bella is simple: the protagonist--who is the same in all of Vallejo's novels--buys (without seeing it first) a house in Medellin, Colombia, the city where he was born.