Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos makes a statement at a press conference in Bogotá on June 23, 2015 with U.S. officials (L-R) interim U.S. attorney in Brooklyn Kelly Currie, Miami U. S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer and U.S. Ambassador Kevin Whitaker. The photo was taken during the announcement in Bogotá of a new joint iniciative against criminal gangs in Colombia.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos makes a statement at a press conference in Bogotá on June 23, 2015 with U.S. officials (L-R) interim U.S. attorney in Brooklyn Kelly Currie, Miami U. S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer and U.S. Ambassador Kevin Whitaker. The photo was taken during the announcement in Bogotá of a new joint iniciative against criminal gangs in Colombia. U.S. Department of Justice
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos makes a statement at a press conference in Bogotá on June 23, 2015 with U.S. officials (L-R) interim U.S. attorney in Brooklyn Kelly Currie, Miami U. S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer and U.S. Ambassador Kevin Whitaker. The photo was taken during the announcement in Bogotá of a new joint iniciative against criminal gangs in Colombia. U.S. Department of Justice

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