FARC Terrorists Turn Colombian City’s Lights Off


One of Colombia’s mid-sized cities, Buenaventura, which is situated in the southwest section of that country, had its lights turned off, again.

According to Univision, It wasn’t that the city failed to pay its electric bill, rather the city lost power after another attack against a electrical tower by the terrorist group, FARC.

Colombian’s military confirmed the attack by Front 30 of the FARC, and have also announced the work to restore power to the crime-ridden city is underway.

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