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MEDELLÍN— For much of the 20th century, the Medellín River was an open sewer, collecting the untreated human and industrial waste of the Aburrá Valley. Stretching through the valley’s center, Medellín — a fast-growing city with a reputation for entrepreneurship— turned its collective back and closed its collective nose. Warehouses and rail tracks buffered the city from the rank … Read more
En este reporte especial, AQ examina como fiscales fuera del foco de los medios nacionales batallan con amenazas, sabotage – y a menudo, fracaso.