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Cartagena: Una noche a pura rumba para Hillary Clinton

La secretaria de Estado de los Estados Unidos de América, Hillary Rodham Clinton, pasó una noche de rumba junto con sus más cercanos colaboradores y escoltada de manera discreta en uno de los bares más bellos con los que cuenta la ciudad amurallada: el Bar Café Havana. Hillary Clinton at Havana Nightclub


Cartagena: A pure rumba night for Hillary Clinton

Secretary of State of the United States, Hillary Rodham Clinton spent a night of rumba along with his closest collaborators and discreetly escorted one of the most beautiful bars are there in the walled city: Havana Café Bar .

Yeah, I know, bad translation, huh? Here's a much better translation thanks to bentliberal.

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Livin' la vida loca! Hillary Clinton knocks back a beer and dances the night away at a Colombia nightclub

After attending debates at a major summit in Cartagena, Colombia, where more than 30 world leaders gathered together, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton partied the night away at a nightclub.

The 64-year-old, who is in South America for the Sixth Summit of the Americas, made the most of the country's nightlife at Café Havana on Saturday evening.

In photos taken at the salsa hotspot, Mrs Clinton can be seen dancing with her hands in the air and swigging back a bottle of beer while surrounded by friends.

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