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Thousands of Colombians march against violence after deadly car bomb

Firstpost Monday, 21 January 2019
By Steven Grattan and Luis Jaime Acosta BOGOTA (Reuters) - White flags and balloons filled streets nationwide as thousands of Colombians marched on Sunday to express outrage at violence after a car bomb blamed by the government on ELN rebels killed 20 police cadets and injured dozens.
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Thousands of people marched in Colombia on Sunday (Jan 20) to condemn the deadly car bombing that killed 20 police academy cadets and the alleged attacker. The Thursday bombing was blamed on rebels affiliated with the National Liberation Army (ELN), dealing a big blow to the nation's peace talks...

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