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Polícia denuncia suposto plano de ataque das Farc

by AFP 1:00 mins

Polícia denuncia suposto plano de ataque das Farc

by AFP 1:00 mins

A polícia da Colômbia revelou nesta sexta-feira o que seria um plano das Farc para explodir instalações policiais e militares em Bogotá.Em uma operação no município de La Palma, a 150 km de Bogotá, foram apreendidos 250 quilos de explosivo, cordão detonador e seis granadas artesanais. O diretor da Polícia Nacional, José Roberto León, acredita que os artefatos seriam utilizados pelas Forças Armadas Revolucionárias da Colômbia para realizar atentados. A suspeita é que os alvos seriam academias de polícia e uma escola do Exército em Bogotá. Em novembro do ano passado a guerrilha afirmou que faria uma trégua nas operações. O prazo encerra neste domingo. Porta-vozes da guerrilha se mostraram dispostos a estender a trégua para depois de domingo, desde que o governo colombiano decrete também um cessar-fogo.O presidente Juan Manuel Santos descartou tomar essa medida até que sejam concluídas com êxito as negociações de paz em Havana.Santos admitiu esta semana que as Farc estão cumprindo a trégua.-------------------------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SEQUENCE 1:HURDAL, NORWAY, OCTOBER 18, 2012(SOURCE: POOL - NO RESALE FOR NON-EDITORIAL PURPOSES)SOUNDBITE 1SEQUENCE 2:-Rodrigo Londoño, Timoleon Jimenez alias Timochenko, FARC leader, and FARC members rapping « We’re going to Havana for peace » in a video broadcast on YouTube by the FARC on September 4th 2012, place and date of filming unknown(Source: Farc **NO RESALE FOR NON EDITORIAL PURPOSES**)SEQUENCE 3:SAN ISIDRO, PROVINCE OF CAQUETA , COLOMBIA, MAY 2012-VAR of FARC checkpoint. (Source: AFPTV Hernando Leon ACCESS ALL)SOUNDBITE 2SEQUENCE 4:BOGOTA, COLOMBIA, SEPTEMBER 4 2012, Source: Colombian Presidency **NO RESALE FOR NON EDITORIAL PURPOSES**-VAR of President Juan Manuel Santos speaking- File photo shows Alfonso Cano, a leader of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), responding to questions from journalists in San Vicente, Colombia. SOURCE: AFP PHOTO / Luis ACOSTA - February 2, 2011.SEQUENCE 5:VILLAVICENCIO, COLOMBIA. APRIL 1, 2012, SOURCE: AFP / ACCESS ALL-VAR of relatives of FARC hostages attending a massSOUNDBITE 3VILLAVICENCIO, COLOMBIA. APRIL 1, 2012, SOURCE: AFP / ACCESS ALL-VAR of relatives of FARC hostages attending a mass-VAR of pictures of FARC hostages to be freed hanging from Villavicencio's cathedral

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