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January 31, 2016 4:38 PM

Price of peace: Colombia to seek millions in new U.S. aid

President Juan Manuel Santos expected to seek $200 million more annually during Washington visit this week

Aid would help pay cost of reincorporating rebel fighters into Colombian society

Some in U.S. Congress may be wary of giving Colombia more

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