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“Colombia also recently extradited accused drug kingpin Alberto Orlandez-Gamboa, alias "Caracol", to the United States, the third Colombian drug trafficker extradited since the constitutional reform legislation passed in December 1997 authorized extradition of Colombian nationals for crimes committed after the effective date of enactment.”
“This old man, nicknamed "Caracol" (snail), another old friend of”
“Caracol", as everyone calls him, worked out a system to make it easier.”
“El grupo "Caracol" esta representado por la señora Gladis y conformado por 14 miembros los cuales can cursando su primer ciclo, en general los socios del grupo se dedican a actividades comerciales entre las que se pueden mencionar a la venta de pan, gelatina, ropa, comida, empanadas y a actividades como la costura, albañilería, enfermería y al servicio de transporte público.”
“The news came after an article in Semana in which sources said that the service was not just wiretapping judges, but also opposition politicians and the directors of W Radio, weekly Semana and Caracol Radio, the media most critical about the Uribe administration.”
“Caracol was burned around A.D. 895, and was completely abandoned by the year 1050.”
“An April 2009 flyover of the Maya city of Caracol used Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) equipment — which bounces laser beams off the ground — to help scientists construct a 3-D map of the settlement in western Belize …”
“Scientists mapping the ruins of the abandoned Maya city of Caracol in Belize knew they had tackled a big job, uncovering the city from the encroaching jungle.”
“In 1998, he received the Premio Alfaguara de Novela, an international Spanish-language literary award, for his novel "Caracol Beach.”
“A controversial industrial park slated for construction in the northern Caracol Valley, funded in part with money from the InterAmerican Development Bank and backed by Hillary Clinton's State Department, makes the point.”
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