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December 17, 1985

Several peace marchers were injured by bottles and stones hurled at them by rightists in Costa Rica, police said. The incident took place at a hotel in San Jose, the Costa Rican capital, where some of the 300 marchers--from Europe, the United States and Latin America--were staying. The marchers later scrapped their march plans in Costa Rica and left by buses for Nicaragua. Security Minister Benjamin Piza told them he could not guarantee their safety.

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