Police officers line up outside the Centro Andino shopping mall after it was rocked by and explosion in Bogotá, Colombia, Saturday, June 17, 2017. The blast killed at east three women, authorities said. Bogota Mayor Enrique Penalosa condemned what he called a “cowardly terrorist bombing” at the upscale mall.
Police officers line up outside the Centro Andino shopping mall after it was rocked by and explosion in Bogotá, Colombia, Saturday, June 17, 2017. The blast killed at east three women, authorities said. Bogota Mayor Enrique Penalosa condemned what he called a “cowardly terrorist bombing” at the upscale mall. Ricardo Mazalan AP
Police officers line up outside the Centro Andino shopping mall after it was rocked by and explosion in Bogotá, Colombia, Saturday, June 17, 2017. The blast killed at east three women, authorities said. Bogota Mayor Enrique Penalosa condemned what he called a “cowardly terrorist bombing” at the upscale mall. Ricardo Mazalan AP

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