Colombia: Army seizes explosives belonging to FARC in Caquetá

Posted on February 20, 2013 • Filed under: Colombia, Conflicts, Explosives / Bombs, FARC, Police/Military Activity

Colombian Army troops were seized in the south kilos of explosive ANFO 1850 allegedly by the FARC would be used to carry out attacks in several departments in the area, military sources said.
The explosives were in a hideout that the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) were in a rural village of El Quebradón, in the department of Caquetá (south). An army statement said the explosives would be called the Southern Bloc of the FARC, whose top leader is Jose Benito Cabrera Cuevas, alias “Fabian Ramirez”. ANFO is an explosive consisting of a mixture of ammonium nitrate and petroleum, used especially in mining and demolition. Read Article

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