Nine people have been killed in a gun attack in north-east Colombia.
Armed men on motorcycles arrived at a billiard hall in the village of El Tarra in Norte de Santander province and opened fire on those inside.
The region on the border with Venezuela has been hit by a feud between rival left-wing rebel groups but right-wing paramilitary groups are also active in the area.
Thousands of people have been displaced as a result of the fighting.
Monday’s incident happened in Catatumbo, an area with minimal police and army presence where groups are vying for control of key drug routes to Venezuela.
The number of dead rose from eight to nine after one of the injured died in hospital.
Local media said they suspected two feuding left-wing rebel groups to be behind the shooting. The National Liberation Army (ELN) guerrilla group and a breakaway faction, the Popular Liberation Army (EPL), have been engaged in a deadly fight for the past four months.
But both groups have published statements denying any involvement.
The ELN said right-wing paramilitary groups were to blame but did not offer any evidence for its allegation.