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The FARC failed again, now they tried to put a car bomb in central Bogota.

The body of the FARC terrorist commander Briceno known as "Mono Jojoy" is seen in his camp in La Macarena September 23, 2010. Colombian troops killed top rebel military chief Mono Jojoy in a raid on his jungle camp, striking a major blow against Latin America's oldest terrorist insurgency, the government said on Thursday.

The narcoterrorist guerrilla FARC sought to make an attack of great impact in Bogota with a car bomb and had several potential targets including the president Juan Manuel Santos and senior military commanders, the colombian government reported Thursday.

The Defense Minister Rodrigo Rivera, said the plan of the narcoterrorists of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) was discovered based on information found on the computers of the rebel group’s military chief, Jorge Briceño Suárez, alias El Mono Jojoy, dead a month ago during a operation of the colombian Army.