On January 1, former combatant Yolanda Zabala was also killed with her sister in La Plancha village in Antioquia.
"What painful news. Zabala's murder spread only 12 hours after the new year started. For how long will Colombia continue to bleed out?," FARC member and senator Sandra Ramirez said.
Over 250 combatants have been killed since the Peace Agreement was signed in 2016. The United Nations (UN), foreign governments, and social organizations urged President Ivan Duque to protect ex-guerrillas in the face of increasing violence in Colombia.