Divisions erupt as Colombia rebels criticize their own

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Colombian police officers (front) and soldiers stand by the bodies of Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) rebels killed in combat, on January 22, 2014, at a military airport in IbagueIn the latest sign of division amongst Colombia's FARC rebels as peace talks continue, the group's leadership made a rare condemnation of an attack by some of its own guerrillas. "Those responsible never intended to cause injury to the non-combatant civilian population," the FARC secretariat said, condemning the "lack of foresight" shown in the attack. The statement said the FARC will take "appropriate disciplinary action." The remarks seemed to confirm the existence of divisions within the rebellion or at least communication issues between leaders in Havana for peace talks and those on the ground in Colombia.