3 soldiers killed by landmine in northeast Colombia

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Three soldiers in northeast Colombia were killed Tuesday by a land mine that was allegedly laid by left-wing guerrilla group the FARC, reported Univison news.

The accident reportedly took place while the soldiers were undertaking a surveillance mission in the mountainous region of the department of Antioquia, close to the border with the department of Cordoba.

This area is reportedly being affected by an on-going territorial dispute between right-wing paramilitary groups and left-wing guerrillas.

The FARC’s 36th Front and criminal gang factions, known as BACRIM, are currently active in the region.

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