Colombia's FARC rebels attacked an energy pylon in the southern province Caqueta, leaving 500,000 people without electricity, as the Marxist group steps up attacks on infrastructure amid stumbling peace talks. The 8,000-strong FARC lifted a unilateral ceasefire about three weeks ago and has since hit almost daily at roadways, energy networks, and oil trucks and installations. The insurgent group has been in talks with the government for the last 30 months, seeking to end a 51-year conflict that has killed almost a quarter of a million people.
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