Colombian authorities are offering a $34,000 reward for information about the deadly weekend bombing at a popular shopping center that killed three people and left nine injured in the nation’s capital.
After holding an emergency meeting with his security cabinet Sunday, President Juan Manuel Santos said authorities were working on three hypothesis about Saturday’s bombing, but he declined to provide details, saying it might risk the investigation.
The attack takes place as the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, guerrillas are implementing a historic peace deal that aims to bring an end to more than 50 years of civil conflict.
The controversial agreement has helped make this long-troubled nation safer, but it also has its enemies. On Sunday, Santos suggested the peace deal might have been one of the targets. …