Four people were injured Tuesday in an attack on a southwestern Colombia police station.
Colombia’s new year began with an act of violence when an explosive device was launched against a police station in Guapi, Cauca at about midnight. At least four people, including two police officers, are said to be injured and in hospital.
Police said they suspect the attack was launched by left wing FARC guerrillas. They are still investigating the incident.
The FARC, who are participating in peace talks in Cuba, have promised a unilateral ceasefire until January 20, though their commitment to the ceasefire has been questioned by the armed forces.