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Munich NATO Office Bombed

September 15, 1986|United Press International

MUNICH, West Germany — A bomb exploded today at a Munich building housing a NATO office and aircraft company that builds jet fighters, and saboteurs felled high-tension wires near Frankfurt, authorities said.

Police said no one was injured in the two attacks. The bomb attack, the second in West Germany in a week, caused about $120,000 damage to the five-story building housing the NATO liaison office for Munich and the Panavia Aircraft Co., which produces the Tornado fighter-bomber. About 160 miles away in Helmstadt, saboteurs sawed down a high-tension mast, which fell and damaged six others, causing $500,000 damage.

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