Santos: No vamos a descansar hasta capturar a los responsables

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Santos: No vamos a descansar hasta capturar a los responsables
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                            <strong>(CNN Español) - </strong> El presidente de Colombia Juan Manuel Santos dijo este sábado desde el Centro Comercial Andino en Bogotá, donde se produjo una explosión que deja hasta el momento 3 muertos, que se trataba de un acto "vil, cruel y cobarde".<br /><span id="more-421490" />

El mandatario condenó enérgicamente el hecho y dijo que no habrá “tregua ni cuartel con los responsables”.

“No vamos a descansar hasta capturar a los responsables. Los vamos a capturar y llevar ante la justicia”, afirmó.

Ante la pregunta de si creía que el ELN estaba involucrado, el mandatario dijo que sería imprudente descartar o insinuar cualquier hipótesis.

El presidente pidió calma a los colombianos pues según afirmó, el objetivo del terrorismo es “amilanarnos”. Así mismo, confirmó que su viaje a Francia sigue en pie.

Explosión en centro comercial Andino, en Bogotá, deja al menos tres muertos

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Así fue la rueda de prensa de Santos:

    Una explosión ocurrida este sábado en el Centro Comercial Andino en Bogotá, Colombia, dejó al menos tres personas muertas y otras once heridas. El alcalde de la capital, Enrique Peñalosa, calificó los hechos como un "atentado terrorista cobarde" y confirmó que una de las víctimas mortales es la ciudadana francesa Julie Huynh de 23 años, quien había llegado al país a prestar un servicio social, trabajando en un colegio de una sector popular de Bogotá durante seis meses.
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| Policías colombianos rodean el centro comercial Andino el sábado tras una explosión en un baño del segundo piso del exclusivo lugar del norte de Bogotá. La explosión dejó al menos 3 muertos y varios heridos. Mira en esta galería fotos del lugar de los hechos, la evacuación y los momentos posterior a la explosión. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                          </figcaption></figure>
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| Tras la explosión en el centro comercial Andino en Bogotá las personas fueron evacuadas. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                            </figcaption></figure>
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| Una de las mujeres que fallecieron en la explosión es de nacionalidad francesa, aseguró el alcalde de Bogotá, Enrique Peñalosa. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                         </figcaption></figure>
<figure class="wrap-carousel-slide"><img width="940" height="530" src="https://noticiasdehoy.co/wp-content/plugins/RSSPoster_PRO/cache/bb82e_gettyimages-697063690.jpg" class="attachment-cnne_landscape_tablet_full size-cnne_landscape_tablet_full" alt="Employees wait for news following an explosion inside the mall which -up to now- left three dead and eleven injured, in Bogota, Colombia, on June 17, 2017. Police said an explosion tore through a women's restroom area of the mall, crowded with shoppers ahead of Father's Day, in an upscale area of the Colombian capital that is popular with foreign nationals. / AFP PHOTO / Raul Arboleda (Photo credit should read RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)" /><figcaption><b>4 de 9</b>
| Empleados del centro comercial Andino esperan noticias tras la explosión. Tanto el presidente Juan Manuel Santos como el alcalde Enrique Peñalosa se dirigieron al lugar de los hechos. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                         </figcaption></figure>
<figure class="wrap-carousel-slide"><img width="940" height="530" src="https://noticiasdehoy.co/wp-content/plugins/RSSPoster_PRO/cache/bb82e_gettyimages-697062164.jpg" class="attachment-cnne_landscape_tablet_full size-cnne_landscape_tablet_full" alt="A Criminal police mobile van stands outside a shopping centre following an explosion inside the building which -up to now- left three dead and eleven injured, in Bogota, Colombia, on June 17, 2017. Police said an explosion tore through a women's restroom area of the mall, crowded with shoppers ahead of Father's Day, in an upscale area of the Colombian capital that is popular with foreign nationals. / AFP PHOTO / Raul Arboleda (Photo credit should read RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)" /><figcaption><b>5 de 9</b>
| La Policía Criminalística y otras fuerzas de seguridad se movilizaron al centro comercial al norte de Bogotá. Por el momento no se conoce quién estaría detrás del hecho. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                           </figcaption></figure>
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| Un grupo de personas esperan a las afueras del centro comercial Andino, localizado en un exclusivo sector de la capital colombiana. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                         </figcaption></figure>
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| Un grupo de personas esperan a las afueras del centro comercial Andino, localizado en un exclusivo sector de la capital colombiana. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                         </figcaption></figure>
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| Los bomberos llegaron al lugar de los hechos para descartar otras posibles amenazas. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                            </figcaption></figure>
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| El presidente Juan Manuel Santos dijo que el atentado era un acto "cruel, vil y cobarde. (RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images)                                                                            </figcaption></figure>
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“Lamentamos mucho este atentado terrorista cobarde, nos duele mucho”, insistió. La explosión se presentó en el baño de mujeres del segundo piso, confirmó el funcionario.