No one claims responsibility as of the writing of this post,
Three women have been killed in the Colombian capital, Bogotá, in what the authorities say was a terrorist attack.
The authorities say they believe the explosion was caused by a small bomb in a ladies toilet.
The attack happened on a busy Saturday afternoon, when the Andino shopping centre was full of people buying presents for Father’s Day, being celebrated on Sunday.
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It is not yet known who was behind the attack.
The rebel group the National Liberation Army (ELN), the second largest in the country after the Farc, has used one of its Twitter accounts to condemn the attack and say it shared the victims’ pain.
They say those who are accusing them of being behind the attack are trying to jeopardise peace talks, which are continuing with the government.
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