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April 21, 1985

A powerful bomb damaged a building housing the North Atlantic Assembly and an adjacent historic mansion in Brussels, slightly injuring three people. A group called the Revolutionary Front for Proletarian Action claimed responsibility for the blast, which tore away a wall of the 19th-Century building housing the assembly, an independent affiliate of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

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