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Cultural Office, U.S. Bank Bombed in Chile

October 25, 1985|From Reuters

SANTIAGO, Chile — A bomb exploded outside the North American-Chilean Cultural Institute in the city of Concepcion on Wednesday night, shattering windows and injuring a passing teen-age girl with flying glass, an official report said Thursday.

Ten minutes later in the same city, 320 miles south of here, a branch of Morgan Finansa, a U.S.-owned bank, was damaged by a second bomb, but no one was hurt, the report said. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks.

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