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A boy pushes his bicycle loaded with a bucket across a dirt track next to people carrying their belongings, across to Colombia through the Tachira river at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela...A boy pushes his bicycle loaded with a bucket across a dirt track next to people carrying their belongings, across to Colombia through the Tachira river at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela

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A boy pushes his bicycle loaded with a bucket across a dirt track next to people carrying their belongings, across to Colombia through the Tachira river at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela

A Spanish recortador jumps over a bull during a show in Cali

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A Spanish recortador jumps over a bull during a show in Cali, Colombia.

TOPSHOTS A police officer stands guard n...TOPSHOTS A police officer stands guard next to a grafffiti of Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos during a May Day protest on May 1, 2014, in Bogota, Colombia.  AFP PHOTO / Guillermo LEGARIAGUILLERMO LEGARIA/AFP/Getty Images

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A police officer stands guard next to graffiti of President Juan Manuel Santos during a May day protest in Bogotá, Colombia on Monday 

The legs of second placed German team, including Rene Enders, Robert Forstemann and Maximilian Levy are pictured during the ceremony in the men's team sprint race at the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Cali...The legs of second placed German team, including Rene Enders, Robert Forstemann and Maximilian Levy are pictured during the ceremony in the men's team sprint race at the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Cali February 26, 2014.

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The legs of second-placed German team, including Rene Enders, Robert Forstemann and Maximilian Levy, during the ceremony in the men’s team sprint race at the 2014 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Cali, Colombia.

Colombian soldiers patrol a street in Bogota, on August 30, 2012. President Juan Manuel Santos ordered troops to provide security in the country's capital and patrol Colombia's highways on Friday after 12 days of violent protests spread from rural areas.

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Colombian soldiers patrol a street in Bogota. President Juan Manuel Santos on Friday ordered troops to provide security in the country’s capital and patrol Colombia’s highways after 12 days of violent protests spread from rural areas.