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UPDATED: 09:59, May 14, 2007
Colombia captures link between rebels and drug traffickers
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Eduardo Hormanza Londono, the alleged link between the nation's largest guerilla force and drug trafficking mafia, has been arrested at Bogota's El Dorado International Airport after being deported from Bolivia, Colombian authorities said on Sunday.

General Luis Perez, commander of the army's 13th Brigade, said that Londono's capture would cut off the finances to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC), dealing a severe blow to the militant group.

Londono was taken to the Attorney General's jail cell's under a military escort after being captured by officers from the Attorney General's Office, the Security Administrative Department and the Army.

Londono's name was first spotted in the files of a personal computer kept by a FARC chief captured in west Colombia.

Source: Xinhua


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