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Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has completed a four-country tour of left-leaning Latin American nations. His travels come as the West increases pressure on Iran over its nuclear program.
NPR's Juan Forero is in Bogota, Colombia. He's been monitoring Ahmadinejad's travels in this hemisphere. Hi, Juan.
JUAN FORERO, BYLINE: Hi. Hi, Steve.
INSKEEP: So where exactly did Ahmadinejad go?