Colombia rebels vehicle bombs kill 3, wound 77

By REUTERS
July 10, 2011 06:02

 
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BOGOTA - Colombian rebels waged multiple attacks on Saturday, setting off a car bomb and detonating a bus packed with explosives, killing three people in a volatile southwestern province of the Andean nation, officials said.

Officials said the FARC rebel group staged three attacks in the southwestern state of Cauca, which is a strategic area for the production and transport of cocaine, wounding at least 77 people in addition to killing three.

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