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I don’t recognise him.

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'Biggest cocaine importer in world' Roberto Pannunzi jailed in Italy after extradition from Colombia

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Italian 'mafia boss' captured: Europe's most wanted drugs trafficker arrested in Colombia

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A funerary mask, Calima-Malagana made of gold alloy dated from around 100BC-AD400, part of the museum's autumn exhibition, Beyond El Dorado: power and gold in ancient Colombia

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England drop to lowest Fifa world rankings position since Steve McClaren era

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