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21 Killed in Colombian Police Academy Bombing

Chief Prosecutor Néstor Martínez identified the attacker as José Aldemar Rojas, an ELN operative who had previously lost an arm in an explosives accident, according to The Associated Press. He was allegedly driving a 1993 Nissan SUV loaded with 175 pounds of pentolite, a highly explosive material.

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Texas DPS Releases Aerial Video of Pursuit that Ended in Gunfight, Explosion

The Texas Department of Public Safety posted a video to YouTube that had been taken from a helicopter surveilling Mark Conditt, the man suspected of a series of bombings that killed two people and injured five others around Austin.

Texas DPS Releases Aerial Video of Pursuit that Ended in Gunfight, Explosion

The Texas Department of Public Safety posted a video to YouTube that had been taken from a helicopter surveilling Mark Conditt, the man suspected of a series of bombings that killed two people and injured five others around Austin. More Here.

Austin Chief Calls Bomber "Domestic Terrorist"

“This is a distinction I wanted to make today,” Manley said. Knowing the case would be in the legal system at some point, he said, he was trying to be sensitive about the terminology he used during the investigation.

Interim Austin Chief Lauded for Leadership During Serial Bombings

Council Member Delia Garza wrote her thanks to Manley, the APD, and other responding agencies for their work in ending the serial bombings and said she planned to write a resolution to approve his appointment.

How Austin Police Ended the Serial Bomber's Terror

"We had multiple officers from both the police department and our federal partners that took up positions around the hotel awaiting the arrival of tactical teams," Manley said. "We wanted to have ballistic vehicles here so we could attempt to take the suspect into custody."

Bombing Suspect Kills Self as Austin Police Attempt Arrest, Source Tells Local Paper

The official said authorities identified a suspect in the past 24 hours based largely on information gained after police said the suspect shipped an explosive device from a FedEx store in Sunset Valley, a suburb surrounded by Austin. That evidence included security video.

Austin Police Handling Hundreds of Suspicious Package Calls Per Day

The frenzy of activity comes after a fifth bomb exploded shortly after midnight at a FedEx distribution facility in Schertz, Texas, injuring one worker. It had been shipped from and sent to Austin.

Package Bomb Bound for Austin Explodes in FedEx Plant

Schertz police say the package was in the sorting area of the facility. The explosion happened around 12:30 a.m. and about 75 employees were there at the time. Officials said the medium-sized package had metal and nails inside it.

Austin Police Ask Bomber to Talk to Them After Fourth Attack

“These events in Austin have garnered worldwide attention, and we assure you that we are listening,” interim Police Chief Brian Manley said at a news conference. “We want to understand what brought you to this point, and we want to listen to you.”