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Four soldiers killed in Colombia in two Gulf Clan attacks

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A total of four military personnel were killed, and several injured in two attacks in northwest Colombia attributed to the Gulf Clan, their first armed actions of alleged retaliation since the capture last Saturday of their leader, Dairo Antonio Úsuga David, alias "Otoniel".

The first attack took place in the municipality of Turbo, in the Gulf of Urabá, when members of this criminal gang, the largest in the country dedicated mainly to drug trafficking, attacked with explosives a patrol carrying out surveillance work.

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