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Colombia: army general accused of links to drug gang disqualified

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A high-ranking Colombian army commander was removed from his post. His alleged alliance with a drug trafficking gang to confront FARC dissidents in the country's southwest is being investigated.

"General Jorge Herrera Díaz is removed from his post, as it is in the institution's interest to contribute to the clarification of the facts," the military authority indicated in a bulletin. "The uniformed officer was . . .

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