Colombia: deadly car blast in Cali

A car bomb exploded early Sept. 1 near the Palace of Justice in Cali, Colombia, killing four and wounding up to 20. The dead were identified as one police officer and three street vendors. Authorities said they suspect the blast was the work of the FARC guerillas’ “Columna Manuel Cepeda Vargas”. The Palace of Justice was damaged in the blast, along with dozens of shops and homes. (LatinoMadrid, Sept. 6; CCTV, Sept. 2; NYT, Sept. 1)

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