Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos listens in during the closing ceremony of the Business Summit in Paracas, Peru, Thursday, July 2, 2015. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)
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President Juan Manuel Santos said Friday that Colombia's second-largest rebel group is likely to blame for two bomb blasts in the capital that wounded 10 and rattled city residents who have become unaccustomed in recent years to such acts of violence.Authorities have said the group is responsible for seven explosions in less-conspicuous parts of the capital over the past year.Gen Humberto Guatibonza, the head of Bogota's police, urged the city's 10 million residents to remain vigilant.The group in May suspended a unilateral cease-fire and has been stepping up attacks across the country.
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