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Colombia Car Bomb Kills Seven Near Kidnap Site

Rebels in eastern Colombia detonated a car bomb near an army patrol on Sunday, killing six soldiers and the civilian car driver, the army said. The attack took place in the same area near the Venezuelan border where rebels of the Cuban-inspired National Liberation Army kidnapped British reporter Ruth Morris and U.S. photographer Scott Dalton, who were on a freelance assignment for the Los Angeles Times. The dead civilian may have been forced by the rebels to drive the car bomb into position, the army said. Another nine soldiers and a civilian were seriously injured in the attack, about 215 miles northeast of Bogota, in Arauca province. Full Story

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