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One policeman was killed and two soldiers were wounded yesterday in a FARC attack on a patrol that was moving in a rural area of Cauca.More: Police killed in a FARC attack [+]
In another attempt to sabotage the elections in this department, the FARC guerrillas attacked a police patrol in the vicinity of the plant Alcoholes de Frontino, in the Musinga Plain, western Antioquia resulting two officers injured.More: The FARC harasses police patrol in Frontino, Antioquia [+]
Toledo towns were left without service, Ituango, San Andrés and San José de la Montaña. The double sabotage occurred in the mountains of Toledo, said the mayor of this town, Isaac Arboleda, who said the attacks occurred on Saturday night.More: Four towns in Antioquia without power because of the destruction of two electric towers destroyed by the FARC [+]
The farmers, from the village of La Vega of English and three other rural landscapes of the population took refuge in the town of Ituango.More: FARC forced the displacement of 1,500 farmers in Antioquia [+]
A group of Farc troops set fire to a helicopter of the multi-national Argentinean oil company Pluspetrol, in the plains (llanos) in south east Colombia.More: The FARC sets fire to a Pluspetrol helicopter in the Eastern Plains (Llanos Orientales) [+]
The soccer ball was set up by terrorists from FARCs 17 front and located by patrolling units in the village of El Boquerón, while performing search and control operations in the area.More: FARC sets up soccer ball bomb along a rural path in Neiva [+]
At the end of a security council in Arauca, the Minister of Defense, Gabriel Silva Lujan, said that the car bomb found with a large amount of Anfo and shrapnel, was aimed at the law enforcing authorities and civilians. Authorities attribute the failed attack to the Farc.More: Car bomb of the Farc was aimed at the law enforcing authorities and civilians: Minister of Defense. [+]