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At least six people have been killed in Colombia and 180 vehicles have been hit by an “armed strike”

The Clan del Golfo’s “armed strike” began last Thursday and lasted until Tuesday.

Courtesy | The group restricts trade, vehicular movement on the roads and the movement of people

At least six people were killed and 180 vehicles were attacked, most of them burned, as Colombia’s main criminal gang, the Glan del Golfo, withdrew from an “armed strike” that has left dozens of people stranded in 11 sectors of the country, officials said. Sunday ..

The Ministry of Defense has pointed out that the crimes of Clan del Golfo, also known as Colombia’s Kaitanista Defense Forces (AGC), led to the killing of three civilians, a police officer and two soldiers.

Clan del Golfo’s “arms strike” began last Thursday and lasted until a day before its top boss, Dairo Antonio suga, handed over alias “Otoniel” to the United States.

The group has been in various parts of Colombia, moving in military-carried caravans, but has controlled trade, vehicles and people on highways, and threatening attacks on road users.

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