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Topic - Alejandro Jimenez Gonzalez
A judge in Guatemala has ordered a Costa Rican man to stand trial for last year's fatal shooting of Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral.
A Costa Rican man arrested in last year's fatal shooting of Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral is being expelled to Guatemala for entering Colombia with false documents, a national police spokesman said Tuesday.
Colombian authorities said they have arrested the man suspected of ordering the murder of Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral, who was gunned down last year in an ambush in Guatemala.
A Costa Rican is suspected of being behind the ambush last month that killed Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral and wounded a Nicaraguan businessman who is believed to have been the target, authorities said Tuesday.
Authorities say a Costa Rican is suspected of being behind the ambush last month that killed Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral and wounded a businessman who is believed to have been the target.
Jimenez Gonzalez has said he is innocent of the charges.