Argelia Colombia, two caches of explosives belonging to Farc locate

Posted on September 23, 2012 • Filed under: Colombia, Explosives / Bombs, FARC

Just when the 114 families living in the village of La Mina, Algeria Township, in southeastern Antioquia, believed that they could begin to live in peace on behalf of demining in the area, the discovery of two caches of explosives FARC revived fears.
Police officers went to La Mina Basic Unit Sonsón Criminal Investigation, accompanied by a team of anti-explosives to clear the material.
The place was found a cylinder bomb, packed with 30 kilos of explosive artisanal ammonium nitrate, known as R1, and had a system of electrical activation. Según las primeras investigaciones, el arma no convencional sería activada al paso de un grupo de uniformados por el sector El Puente, de esta vereda. According to preliminary investigations, the unconventional weapon would be enabled to pass a group of uniformed by the El Puente, of this village. Read Article

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