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The Colombian port city of Buenaventura handles over 70% of the country’s commerce, but it faces severe violence as peace deals with rebel groups leave former guerillas jobless, turning to drug gangs for income. WSJ’s Sara Schaefer Munoz reports. Photo: AP

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