Colombia President

NPR's Ted Clark reports on the many problems confronting Colombia's President Andres Pastrana, who meets with President Bush today at the White House. Those problems include the illegal drug trade, insurgent and paramilitary violence, and a troubled economy. Although there are concerns in both countries about American involvement in Colombia, the U.S. is cautiously providing the nation with military assistance.

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