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The Colombian government and the country’s main rebel group signed a new peace deal on Thursday, hoping to salvage the accords and skip the ballot box after voters rejected the agreement in a referendum the month before.

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LIMA, Peru—President Barack Obama said Saturday he expects President-elect Donald Trump to maintain his administration’s policies in Latin America, including the re-establishment of U.S. relations with Cuba.

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The New York and London offices of Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP and DLA Piper Martinez Beltran in Colombia have helped Banco de Bogotá offer notes worth US$500 million.


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MEXICO CITY — Ever since the election of Donald J. Trump to the American presidency, Juan Pardinas, a Mexican academic, has been thinking back to his childhood.

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