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FILE- In this Dec. 18, 2008 file photo, Colombian pop singer Shakira, left, walks with her boyfriend Argentina's Antonio de la Rua at her farm "La Colorada" in Jose Ignacio, some 190 kilometers east of Montevideo, Uruguay. Shakira and her Argentine boyfriend of 11 years say in a note on the Colombian pop star's website that they have split up. Shakira and de la Rua say they decided in August to "take time apart" from their romantic relationship but kept the details private until now. (AP Photo/File)
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FILE- In this Dec. 18, 2008 file photo, Colombian pop singer Shakira, left, walks with her boyfriend Argentina's Antonio de la Rua at her farm "La Colorada" in Jose Ignacio, some 190 kilometers east of Montevideo, Uruguay. Shakira and her Argentine boyfriend of 11 years say in a note on the Colombian pop star's website that they have split up. Shakira and de la Rua say they decided in August to "take time apart" from their romantic relationship but kept the details private until now. (AP Photo/File)

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