Colombian president has urinary infection, at no risk
BOGOTA Dec 28 (Reuters) - Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos is suffering from a urinary infection and is being evaluated at his presidential retreat in the coastal city of Cartagena, his office said on Friday.
Santos is continuing with his daily agenda and is at no risk, his office said in a statement.
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