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Few Civilians Remain in Colombian Village

Explosions from the nearby mountains boomed out evidence Tuesday of continuing clashes between rebels and army troops as police in this mountain town patrolled the nearly deserted streets lined with bomb-shattered buildings. No more than 100 of 3,000 permanent residents were still in the village. Police Lt. Mike Vargas said he was not sure when it would be safe for villagers to return to their homes, 240 miles southwest of Bogota. Full Story

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