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FARC rebels injure 25 people, damage more than 60 homes in Colombia

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A boy retrieves his bicycle from the rubble on Nov. 12 after his house was destroyed in an attack by the FARC rebels on a police station in the town of Suarez, in Colombia's Cauca state.

Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels, currently in peace talks with Colombia's government, attacked a police station with homemade explosives, leaving 25 people injured, authorities said on Monday. More than 60 homes were damaged in the explosions, police Colonel Ricardo Alarcon said. Colombia's government and the FARC began talks in Oslo on Oct. 18 aimed at ending a half century of hostilities. However, no cease fire has been declared.

--Agence France-Presse

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Residents look at a home that authorities say was damaged by homemade grenades, allegedly thrown by rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, in Suarez, in Colombia's southern state of Cauca, on Nov. 12.

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A police officer, left, carries the remains of a homemade grenade allegedly thrown by rebels of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, FARC, near a police station in Suarez in Colombia's southern state of Cauca, Nov. 12.

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A man stands in the middle of the rubble on Nov. 12 after an attack by FARC rebels on a police station destroyed his house, in the town of Suarez, in Colombia's Cauca state.

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