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Colombia's attorney general's office is investigating dozens of senior police officers regarding the disappearance of more than $2 million in U.S. money given to fight the war on drugs. Colombian President-elect Alvaro Uribe will visit the U.S. today to ask for more money. While Colombia is no stranger to corruption, the U.S. government remains confident in the country's law enforcement. Steven Dudley reports from Bogota.

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