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Secret Service Misconduct in Colombia Embarrasses U.S. at Summit

3 years agoNews : NewsFeed

The scandal has no doubt shifted international focus off of the diplomatic mission that brought Obama to Latin America. Economic cooperation was one of the issues on his agenda, but not the kind that ended up in Saturday's papers.
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