Colombia rebel radio 'shut down'
Colombia's army says it has shut down the main radio station operated by the Farc rebels, after 15 years on air.
Troops captured transmitters and other broadcast equipment when they overran a guerrilla camp in the Meta region.
The rebel radio station Voice of Resistance broadcast the Farc's revolutionary message across large areas of eastern and central Colombia.
The army also disrupted its broadcasts last year, but the left-wing rebels got the station back on air.
Troops found the clandestine broadcasting operation in a rebel base protected by some 60 improvised explosive devices, the army said.
The captured equipment included microphones, computers, amplifiers, a mixing console and a generator.