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BOGOTA, May 26 (Reuters) - Colombian oil pipeline Cano Limon-Covenas restarted pumping after two months of paralysis due to a series of rebel attacks and a protest by an indigenous community, a source from state oil company Ecopetrol said on Monday.
The 780-km (485 mile) pipeline had been offline since a bomb attack by rebels on March 25 and the U'wa indigenous community blocked engineers' access.
Reporting by Luis Jaime Acosta; Editing by Styeve Orlofsky