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March 25, 1986

Sister Bernard Ncube, a black South African nun leading opposition to the government's apartheid policy, escaped injury when a gasoline bomb was tossed into her room in a convent near Johannesburg. A convent spokeswoman said that the room occupied by the nun, who heads the Transvaal Federation of Women, was damaged, but no one was injured.

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