Colombia’s President Ivan Duque, fourth from right, and bodyguards near the presidential helicopter at Camilo Daza International Airport after it was hit by gunfire in Cucuta, Colombia on Friday. Photo: Colombian Presidency / AFP Colombia’s President Ivan Duque, fourth from right, and bodyguards near the presidential helicopter at Camilo Daza International Airport after it was hit by gunfire in Cucuta, Colombia on Friday. Photo: Colombian Presidency / AFP
Colombia’s President Ivan Duque, fourth from right, and bodyguards near the presidential helicopter at Camilo Daza International Airport after it was hit by gunfire in Cucuta, Colombia on Friday. Photo: Colombian Presidency / AFP
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Colombia offers $800,000 reward for information linked to attack on President Ivan Duque’s helicopter

  • Duque’s helicopter was approaching the Cucuta airport on Friday when several shots – apparently from rifles – were fired at it
  • No one on board was injured, but photos released by the president’s office showed the tail and main blade had been hit

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Colombia’s President Ivan Duque, fourth from right, and bodyguards near the presidential helicopter at Camilo Daza International Airport after it was hit by gunfire in Cucuta, Colombia on Friday. Photo: Colombian Presidency / AFP Colombia’s President Ivan Duque, fourth from right, and bodyguards near the presidential helicopter at Camilo Daza International Airport after it was hit by gunfire in Cucuta, Colombia on Friday. Photo: Colombian Presidency / AFP
Colombia’s President Ivan Duque, fourth from right, and bodyguards near the presidential helicopter at Camilo Daza International Airport after it was hit by gunfire in Cucuta, Colombia on Friday. Photo: Colombian Presidency / AFP
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