RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The number of people displaced by clashes between armed groups in rural areas of the Colombian municipality of Ituango, in the department of Antioquia (northwest), rose to more than 3,700, authorities said Monday (26).
"In total, we have in the municipal capital of Ituango 3,721 displaced people from 1,548 families," said the governor in charge of Antioquia, Luis Fernando Suarez, in a statement to the press.
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