RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Colombian government offered a reward of 500 million pesos (about US$135,000) for finding those responsible for the terrorist attack with a car bomb that yesterday left 36 wounded in a military base in the city of Cúcuta, bordering Venezuela.
"A reward of 500 million pesos has been placed to find the material and intellectual authors of this act," said Colombian President Iván Duque, who last night visited the headquarters of the Army's Thirtieth Brigade, where the attack was perpetrated.
According to Defense Minister Diego Molano yesterday, a white van loaded . . .