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Obama tries to woo Latin America, agents embarrass U.S.

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This is the United States of America,

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By Andrew Cawthorne and Laura MacInnis

CARTAGENA, Colombia (Reuters) - President Barack Obama tried on Saturday to convince skeptical Latin Americans that Washington has not turned its back on them, but ruled out a drug policy U-turn that some in the region want.

Despite a host of weighty topics at the two-day Summit of the Americas in Colombia, much of the corridor chatter revolved around a scandal involving some of Obama's secret service agents sent home from Colombia for "misconduct."

A Colombian police source and U.S. media said prostitutes were involved, but there was a wall of official...