RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - At least 14 policemen have been injured, including one in clashes between Jungle Commandos of the Anti-Narcotics Police and a group of 60 guerrillas of FARC dissidents in the Colombian department of Nariño bordering Ecuador.
The director of the Colombian police, General Jorge Luis Vargas, said that the clashes occurred in a rural area of the municipality of Tumaco, where a member of the dissidents known as the "Oliver Sinisterra" front was also killed.
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