capital of Colombia

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capital and largest city of Colombia

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That's the capital of Colombia, in case you weren't sure, the city where Bobby Moore was accused of nicking a bracelet, and where I'm supposed to beware of drugs barons and of rampant kidnappers.
This past August, for example, the Women and People's summit of the Americas Against Militarization took place in Barrancabermeja, the petroleum capital of Colombia. This event represents an important step in the extraordinary work that Colombian women have done to highlight the impact of military expansion in their country, despite the activities of paramilitaries and the ongoing socio/political violence in recent years.
Bogota, the capital of Colombia, built a new, affordable public transit system, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions because of its greater efficiency and due to the partial substitution of private-car use.
Bogota is the capital of Colombia and a center for all kinds of manufacturing, including several auto plants.
The Llanos Basin is located northeast of Bogota, the capital of Colombia, on the east side of the Andes Mountains.
A TEAM from Bogota, the capital of Colombia, provides the international flavour at this year's annual Llangoed International Sevens tournament next month.
The aircraft had been hijacked after taking off from Florencia for Bogota, the capital of Colombia. When the aircraft landed in Bogota, the hijackers had been in contact with air traffic control to make it known that they had taken control.
The people of Bogota, the capital of Colombia, have just elected a left-wing mayor.
The Bogota council first approved a local proposal to prohibit these traveling shows in the capital of Colombia. We still need the approval of Mayor Antanas Mokus.
31 Kyodo A 16-member Japanese medical team on Sunday started treating people injured in the Brasilia district in the earthquake-devastated Armenia, capital of Colombia's Quindio Province.
The first stop was Bogota, the capital of Colombia, where the headquarters for the Federacion Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia is located.
This week, Kemp heads to Bogota, the capital of Colombia, and a city with a reputation for being the most violent in the world.
On Saturday night she was supposed to be arriving in Bogota, capital of Colombia.