Colombia: November 1, 2003


A FARC bomb went off 585 kilometers south of the capital, leaving three dead, at least ten wounded and over a dozen houses destroyed. A military convoy was passing when the bomb was detonated, but most of the casualties were civilians. The bomb was apparently in one of the destroyed houses.




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