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New bombing injures 14 in Colombia/Venezuela border region

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Twelve uniformed officers and two civilians were injured in a bomb attack on a police station in Cúcuta on the border with Venezuela, authorities said Monday.

"We reject the terrorist attack in Cúcuta, Santander, on the police station of Atalaya, which injured 12 uniformed officers and two civilians. Without a ceasefire, we are fighting the criminal groups that are trying to sow terror in this region," President Iván Duque said on Twitter.

In the morning, "criminals had placed an explosive device" on a public bench in front of the police station, according to . . .

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