Drugs said to figure in Colombian massacre

Drug trafficking appears to have been involved in the massacre of 14 people on a small farm in southwestern Colombia, authorities said Tuesday. Colombian police offered a reward of 100 million pesos ($38,027) for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrators of Sunday’s massacre. The national police chief, Gen. Jorge Daniel Castro, announced the offer of the reward after disclosing that five suspects had been arrested. Full Story

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