Colombians Question Uribe's Policy on Militants

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Colombian President Alvaro Uribe is struggling to recover lost momentum after a series of political setbacks. Uribe was elected last year after promising to crack down on Colombian armed insurgents. He's tried that, but many Colombians worry that he doesn't have the political or financial resources to maintain the military offensive NPR's Martin Kaste reports.



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