BBC | 4/28/2011 1:00:00 PM
Farc rebels blamed for deadly attack on Colombia police
April 28--Five Colombian police have been killed in two separate attacks by left-wing Farc guerrillas, officials say.
Two more officers were shot dead by suspected Farc rebels in Choco province, further north.
The security forces say they are increasingly being targeted by the rebels, possibly in retaliation for the killing of some of the group's leaders.
Gen Orlando Pineda said the car bomb which left three police dead in Cauca was part of an attack by the Farc aimed at taking control of the village of Jambalo.
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