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Welcolme for Obama- Two bombs explode near U.S. Embassy in Colombia

14 Apr

The outbreak arose hours after the arrival of President Barack Obama to the country to attend the Sixth Summit of the Americas

Two bombs explode near U.S. Embassy in Colombia
Two bombs explode near U.S. Embassy in Colombia

BOGOTA, April 13. – Two medium-intensity explosions occurred this evening near the U.S. Embassy in Colombia, hours after the arrival of President Barack Obama to the country to attend the Sixth Summit of the Americas.

A spokesman for the National Police reported that two bombs blew up in a drain near the embassy and the Attorney General of Colombia, although no damage or casualties reported.

The statements to Radio Caracol, the spokesman Alberto Cantillo said firecrackers were about a kilo and that in place and are explosion-proof units of the National Police.

According to the web site of the newspaper El Tiempo, the explosions were heard several blocks in all directions and close to the building of the Attorney General, adjacent to the embassy.

So far no person or group has claimed responsibility for the blasts, which alerted the security services of the Colombian capital. Authorities are investigating the fact and try to find clues of the authors.

Obama arrived Friday afternoon amid tight security in Cartagena, Colombia in the Caribbean to attend the Sixth Summit of the Americas this weekend.

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Posted by on 04/14/2012 in Mexican Drug Cartels, Politics

 

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2 responses to “Welcolme for Obama- Two bombs explode near U.S. Embassy in Colombia

  1. The Daily News by teens

    04/20/2012 at 7:17 AM

    I like your blog but and I will follow it but can you please follow mine to?

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  2. thedailycheesenews

    04/14/2012 at 10:55 AM

    Reblogged this on and commented:
    Funny how this type of thing tends to follow the US around.

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