The Colombian army said Saturday it had shut down the main radio station operated by the left-wing rebel group FARC.
The army said troops captured transmitters and other broadcast equipment during the raid of a guerilla camp in the central department of Meta.
However, the radio station’s transmission could be heard normally on its website on Sunday.
The rebel radio station — known as the Voice of Resistance — broadcasts FARC propaganda across large areas of southern, eastern and central Colombia.
The radio station has been transmitting on and off for 15 years.