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Colombia rebels deny club attack

Rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) have denied planting a massive car bomb which killed 36 people in the capital Bogota last month. In an announcement on its internet site, the FARC – Colombia’s largest rebel group – blamed the attack on what it called “state terrorism”. However, the Colombian Government maintains it has enough evidence to prove that the FARC was responsible for the blast at an exclusive social club. The BBC’s Jeremy McDermott in Colombia says the guerrillas do not have a history of denial and when they have issued such denials in the past they have proved correct. Full Story

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