Rebel attack in Colombia leaves 300,000 in the dark | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Rebel attack in Colombia leaves 300,000 in the dark

Colombian officials are blaming rebels for an attack on the country's energy infrastructure that left hundreds of thousands of people without power.

President Juan Manuel Santos said Thursday that the guerrillas of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia had blown up an energy pylon and blacked out much of the southern region of Caqueta Wednesday night.

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Sounds better than admitting Columbia's electrical system has been allowed to deteriorate to junk.

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