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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • Palenquero is thought to be the only Spanish-based Creole language in Latin America.

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  • The survival of Palenquero points to the extraordinary resilience of San Basilio de Palenque, part of whose very name - Palenque - is the Spanish word for a fortified village of runaway slaves.

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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • One U.S. military document cited by the Associated Press explains that the Palenquero base in Colombia -- which the U.S. plans transform with a $46 million upgrade -- would be a stopping-off point for the U.S.

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  • Spotted in a BBC article 'Reviving Colombia's 'language of resistance'' "Palenquero is one of the 68 languages found in Colombia and is a mix of Spanish and African Bantu languages. But with just a few thousand speakers, it has not been easy to keep the language alive."

    September 4, 2019