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Topic - Santiago Londono
Santiago Londono, secretary of government for Antioquia department, said one woman survived the massacre and was being questioned by investigators.
The group killed nine men and a woman in the municipality of Santa Rosa de los Osos, about 170 miles northeast of the capital Bogota, said Santiago Londono, government secretary for the state of Antioquia.