Army seizes ton of FARC explosives in Huila

The Colombian army announced the discovery of over a ton of explosives in the southern Colombian department of Huila, which they believe belongs to the FARC.

The 1,050 kilos of ANFO were found in a rural area in the municipality of Tello, El Espectador reported.

The army believes the explosives belong to the 17th and 55th Fronts of the FARC.

The explosive material could be used to manufacture landmines, as well as cylinder bombs.

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