Colombia: FARC suspected of activating explosives, destroy two electrical towers, attack troops killing two

Posted on September 2, 2012 • Filed under: Colombia, Conflicts, Explosives / Bombs, FARC, Police/Military Activity

According to official sources, the front 36 of the FARC activated explosives in two electricity pylons in Anori, Antioquia, leaving the service to hundreds of people. A suspected guerrillas Front 36 of the FARC officials blamed for blowing up two power pylons in the town of Anori, northeast of Antioquia and the attack on a military patrol between the towns of Toledo and Camp, in the north, with balance two soldiers dead and one wounded. The patrol attacked was guarding the area Hidroituango megaproject, which is a large hydroelectric project.Read Article

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