A member of the Colombia Civil Defense department removed broken glasses from the windows damaged at the Hostel named el Pit caused by a blast at 10;30 am at the corner of Carrera 5ta Calle 27 in La Macarena neighborhood in Bogota Colombia, that left some police officers injured, on Sunday February 19, 2017.
A member of the Colombia Civil Defense department removed broken glasses from the windows damaged at the Hostel named el Pit caused by a blast at 10;30 am at the corner of Carrera 5ta Calle 27 in La Macarena neighborhood in Bogota Colombia, that left some police officers injured, on Sunday February 19, 2017. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com / International Center for Journalists
A member of the Colombia Civil Defense department removed broken glasses from the windows damaged at the Hostel named el Pit caused by a blast at 10;30 am at the corner of Carrera 5ta Calle 27 in La Macarena neighborhood in Bogota Colombia, that left some police officers injured, on Sunday February 19, 2017. PEDRO PORTAL pportal@miamiherald.com / International Center for Journalists

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