Police said the explosion tore through a restroom in the mall that was crowded with people ahead of Father's Day.
The deal that aims to end 52-year-old armed conflict in Colombia will be taken up by the lower house of the Colombian Congress.
The announcement follows a deal signed between the government and FARC, the largest guerrilla movement in the country. The decades-long conflict between rebel factions and Colombia has resulted in the deaths of over 250,000 people.
Despite historic peace accords being voted down in a referendum, the Nobel committee saw fit to bestow their blessings on his efforts.
The Colombian guerrilla movement has been out in the cold for 50 years. After signing a historic peace deal with the government, the FARC will start a disarmament process which is expected to help rebuild social ties and boost Colombia's economy.
The agreement will put an end to the 52-year-old war which has killed over a quarter of a million people.
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