Jaime Sanín Echeverry, a Colombian writer, died at 86 in Bogotá

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The notorious Colombian writer, Jaime Sanín Echeverry, died in Bogotá at 86.  His funeral will take place this Sunday in the capital. The Antioquean writer was also a lawyer, journalist, politician and professor, as also a member of the National Academy of the Lenguage. Among his most known works are “The Study and the Social Question”, “The Missions in Colombia”, “A Women with Four in Behaviour”, “Words from an Old Professor”, “Chronicles of Medellin” and “Who Said Fear?” He got some recognizations like the Camilo Torres Order, the Civil Merit of Italy and the Star Merit of the Antioquia State.

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